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Cohasset 
Town Report 

1995 



Photo courtesy of Janice C. Sargent. 

The Minot's Ledge Lighthouse fog bell, cast c. 1878 by the 
William S. Blake Company of Boston, was removed from the 
Lighthouse in 1971 and donated to the Town of Cohasset by 
the U.S. Coast Guard in 1972. Today, it proudly rests next 
to the Lighthouse replica on Government Island. 



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ANNUAL REPORT 

of the 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 
of the FINANCIAL AFFAIRS 

of the 

TOWN OF COHASSET 

Reports of the School Committee 

and the 

Report of Other Town Officers 




FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31 

1995 



ELECTED OFFICIALS - TOWN OF COHASSET 

TERM EXPIRES 
SELECTMEN - 3 year term 

Martha K. Gjesteby 1996 

Jane 0. Goedecke 1996 

Peter J. Pratt 1997 

Merle S. Brown 1998 

Michael H. Sullivan 1998 

MODERATOR - 3 year term 

George L. Marie tte, III 1996 

TOWN CLERK - 3 year term 

Marion L. Douglas 1996 

TREASURER/COLLECTOR - 3 year term 

Elizabeth B. Ripley 1996 

HIGHWAY SURVEYOR - 3 year term 

Harold W. Litchfield 1996 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE - 3 year term 

Nancy L. Sandell 1996 

Joanne T. Chittick 1997 

James C. Kirk 1997 

Maureen E. Jerz 1998 

Ralph Kidder 1998 

TRUSTEES PAUL PRATT MEMORIAL LIBRARY - 3 year term 

Sheila S. Evans 1996 

Lucille McLoughlin 1996 

Doris R. McNulty 1996 

Ann C. Bowdoin 1997 

Agnes McCann 1997 

Patience G. Towle 1997 

June S. Hubbard 1998 

Sarah R. Pease ^ 1998 

Barbara M.Power 1998 

ASSESSORS - 3 year term 

James W. Lagrotteria 1996 

Michael C. Patiolia 1997 

RossW. Rosano 1998 



BOARD OF HEALTH - 3 year term 

Robert V. Davenport 1996 

AlixP.White 1997 

Thomas C.Cook 1998 

COHASSET HOUSING AUTHORITY - 5 year term 

John D. Muncey 1996 

Ralph Peroncello 1997 

Mary Grassie 1999 

Stephen F. Wigmore 2000 
Richard J. Silvia (appointed by Governor) term to expire July 28, 1997 1997 

PLANNING BOARD - 5 year term 

Jean H. Simonds 1996 

Alfred S.Moore, Jr. 1997 

Robert H. Sturdy 1998 

William J. Good 1999 

John F. O'Toole 2000 

RECREATION COMMISSION - 5 year term 

Thomas Wigmore 1996 

James E. Carroll 1997 

Mary K. Muncey 1997 

Peter G. Laugelle 1997 

Richard Barrow 1998 

Shelanne S. Durkin 1999 

Stephen Endris 2000 

SEWER COMMISSIONERS - 3 year term 

Edward M. Guild 1996 

R. Gary Vanderweil, Jr. 1997 

Henry A. Rattenbury 1998 

WATER COMMISSIONERS - 3 year term 

Wilham J. Montuori 1996 

Frederick R. Koed 1997 

Robert E. Kasameyer 1998 



TOWN OFFICERS APPOINTED BY SELECTMEN 

TERM EXPIRES 

ADA COORDINATOR 

Robert M. Egan 

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY 

Gregory J. Doyon (to 1 1/13/95) 1995 

TOWN ACCOUNTANT 

J. Michael Buckley, Jr. 1998 

TOWN ADMINISTRATOR 

Gregory J. Doyon (appointed 1 1/14/95) 1996 

CHIEF OF POLICE 

Brian W. Noonan 1996 

SERGEANTS OF POLICE UNDER CIVIL SERVICE 

Richard G. Abbadessa (Retired 7/7/95) 

Robert W. Jackson 

David J. Pomarico 

JohnC.Conte 

David C. Cogill (appointed 1 1/13/95) 

PATROLMEN UNDER CIVIL SERVICE 

Richard G. Abbadessa, Jr. 
Lawrence D. Ainslie 
Carmelo Conte 
Thomas O. DaSilva 
Frederick H. Grassie 
Clifton B. Jones 
Paul J. Laugelle 
Gregory J. I^nnon 
Lisa M. Matos 
Shellee L. Peters 
John H. Small 
Jeffrey R. Treanor 
Richard Yocum 

LOCKUP KEEPERS 

Brian W. Noonan 
Robert W. Jackson 

ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER 

William P. Quigley 1995 



DIRECTOR OF CIVIL DEFENSE AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS 

Arthur H. Lehr, Jr. 

FIRE CHIEF 

Roger W. Lincoln 1996 

HAZARDOUS WASTE COORDINATOR 

Roger W. Lincoln 

FIRE DEPARTMENT UNDER CIVIL SERVICE 

James Lee Gurry Captain 

James P. Runey Captain 

Robert D. Silvia Captain 

Mark H. Trask Captain 

Paul T. Bilodeau Firefighter 

John T. Boswell III Firefighter EMI 

James F. Curley Firefighter 

Edward M. Corbo Firefighter 

Linwood L. Davis (retired 5/21/95) Firefighter 

John J. Dockray Firefighter EMT 

Thomas P. Finegan Firefighter 

James E. Fiori Firefighter 

Thomas G. Hernan Firefighter EMT 

WilHam T. Litchfield Firefighter 

Francis X, Mahoney, Jr. Firefighter 

Matthew B. Marr Firefighter 

Paul F. McGaffigan Firefighter 

Robert F. ProtuUs Firefighter EMT 

WilHam J. Protulis Firefighter 

Randall W. Rosano Firefighter 

Edward J. Struzik Firefighter 

Eric Wenzlow Firefighter EMT 

FOREST WARDEN 

Roger W. Lincoln 

BUILDING INSPECTOR/ZONING OFFICER 

Robert M.Egan 1996 

PLUMBING AND GAS INSPECTOR (Appointed by Building Inspector) 

Robert A. Leonard, Sr. (retired 12/1/95) 
William Higgins (appointed 1 1/30/95) 

SUPERINTENDENT OF WIRES 

Stephen F. Wigmore 1996 

TOWN COUNSEL 

Richard A. Henderson 1996 



WATER RESTRICTION ENFORCEMENT OFFICER 

WiUiam D. McAuliffe 1996 

SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 

Paul L. Migliaccio 1996 

KEEPER OF TOWN CLOCK 

Noel A. Ripley 1996 

MEASURER OF WOOD AND BARK 

Lot E. Bates, Jr. 1996 

DIRECTOR OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS AND BURIAL AGENT 

Noel A. Ripley 1996 

CONSTABLE 

Maria A. Plante 1997 

INSPECTOR OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS 

Robert M. Egan 
Roger W. Lincoln 

FENCE VIEWERS 

Grace A. Donohue 1996 

KearinA. Dunn 1996 

HARBOR MASTER 

Shawn E. Kelly (resigned 7/1/95) 

John H. Winters III (appointed 7/24/95) 

ASSISTANT HARBOR MASTERS 

Clifford J. Dickson 1998 

David R. Marks, Jr. 1998 

Thomas W. Wigmore 1998 

Robert D. Baggs (Temp.) 1996 

SHELLFISH CONSTABLE 

Clifford J. Dickson ^ 1996 

Rocco F. Laugelle, Deputy 1996 

John H. Winters III, Deputy 
Robert D. Baggs, Temp. Asst. Harbor Master, Deputy 

TOWN ARCHIVIST 

David H. Wadsworth 1996 

CUSTODIAN OF TOWN HALL 

Pauline J. Litchfield 



BOARD OF TREE, PARK AND CEMETERY COMMISSIONERS 

Members of the Board of Selectmen 

TREE, PARK AND CEMETERY SUPERINTENDENT 

Peter G. Laugelle 1998 

CARETAKERS 

Herbert L. Marsh — Woodside, Beechwood, Perkins, and Cedar Street 
Cemeteries 



BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND REPRESENTATIVES 
APPOINTED BY THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

ADVISORY BOARD ON COUNTY EXPENDITURES 

Merle S. Brown 1995 

ARTS LOTTERY COUNCIL 

Allison S. Moskow, Co-Chairman 1995 

Nancy D. Connolly, Co-Chairman 1996 

Susan DeMichele 1995 

E. Sine Pounder 1995 

Paula M.Kozol 1995 

Harold E. Coughlin 1995 

Jane L. O'Brien 1996 

Delia DiBenedetto 1996 

CABLE T.V. COUNCIL 

Donna Jean WilHams (Citizen) 1995 

Peter Dewey (Citizen — term expired) 1995 

Robert D. Hillman 1996 

Thomas W, Wigmore (Recreation) 1997 

Marjorie A. Murphy (School) 1998 

Elizabeth J. Maree (Citizen) 1997 

Patience G. Towle (Library) 1996 

CALL FIREFIGHTERS COMMITTEE 

Bruce W. Pratt 

CEMETERY STUDY COMMITTEE 

Joseph L. Jerz, Chairman 

Nancy C. Snowdale (resigned 6/30/95) 

James H. Gilman 

Julianna D. Hassan 

Joseph M. Curley 

Glenn A. Pratt 



CIVILIAN DISPATCH COMMITTEE 

Brian W. Noonan — Police Chief 

Roger W. Lincoln — Fire Chief 

Gregory J. Doyon — Town Administrator 

CIVIL RIGHTS COMPLIANCE OFFICER 

Gregory J. Doyon 

COHASSET COMMON HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION 

Donald J. Evans (District resident), Chairman 1996 

Marian C. Atkinson (District resident) 1995 

David Buick (District resident) 1997 

James M. Sandell (AIA architect) 1995 

Gail Parks (Alternate - District resident) 1997 

Mary Jane Larson (District resident) 1997 

Mary C. Hartshorne (Historical Society) 1995 

COMPUTER ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

GaryR. Garber 1996 

Mary E. McElroy 1996 

Richard W. Swanborg, Jr. 1 996 

Elizabeth B. Ripley ( ex-officio ) 

Guido J. Risi (ex-officio ) 

J. Michael Buckley, Jr. (ex-officio) 

CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

Thomas J. Callahan, Chairman 1996 

Roseanne Marmo McMorris 1997 

Jeffrey C.Waal 1997 

Veneta P. Roebuck 1998 

John Kent Bryant 1996 

Robin D. Grinnell (resigned 6/30/95) 1997 

Edward S. Graham, Jr. 1998 

Susan G. Cope 1997 

James G. Dedes (associate) 1996 

DISABILITIES, COMMISSION ON (formerly Handicapped Commission) 

Michele A. Buckley, Chairman 1996 

Helen C.Nothnagle ^ 1997 

Christopher Laugelle 1995 

Linda M. Ingram 1997 

Helen Greenblatt 1997 

Frances F. Andrews 1997 

DRUG AND ALCOHOL COMMITTEE 

H. WilUam Adams III, Co-Chairman 1996 

Craig D. Muir, Co-Chairman 1997 

James Edward Carroll, Jr. (term expired) 1995 

Eleanor M. Waal 1997 



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DRUG AND ALCOHOL COMMITTEE (Continued) 



Keith F. Knowles 


1996 


Linda J. McCarthy 


1996 


Mary P. Mack 


1997 


Clark Chatterton (School Committee representative) 


1997 


Jeffrey R. Treanor (Police Dept. representative) 


1995 


Diane Erlandson-Perkinson 


1996 


William D. McAuliffe 


1996 


Craig D. Muir 


1997 


Alexandra Creighton 


1996 


EHsabeth Kidder 


1996 


ELDER AFFAIRS, COUNCIL ON (formerly Aging, Council on) 




Joseph D. Buckley, Chairman 


1996 


Anna A. Abbruzzese, Vice Chairman 


1998 


Austin F. O'Toole, Treasurer 


1997 


T. Gerard Keating 


1997 


Linda J. McCarthy 


1996 


Edward T. Mulvey (term expired) 


1995 


Austin L. Ahearn, Jr. 


1996 


John T. Wilson, Jr. 


1997 


John P. Conroy 


1998 


Margaret M. Bates 


1996 


Mary H. Ahearn (Representative) 




Ann K. HubHtz (Representative) 




Jane H. Hamilton (Associate) 




Dorothea C. Bjorkgren (Associate) 





FAIR HOUSING COMMITTEE 

(Under re-organization as of April 2, 1990) 

FUEL TANK COMMITTEE 

Brian W. Noonan 

Roger W. Lincoln 

Michael H. SulHvan 

Peter G. Laugelle, Tree and Park Supt. ( ex-officio ) 

Harold W. Litchfield, Highway Surveyor ( ex-officio ) 

GOVERNMENT ISLAND STUDY COMMITTEE 

Hamilton T. Tewksbury, Chairman 1998 

Richard P. Barrow 1995 

Robert M. Davenport 1996 

Noel A. Ripley 1997 

James R. Bonetti 1997 

Constance M. Afshar 1997 
John H. Winters III, Harbor Master (ex-officio) 



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HAGERTY PROPERTY ACQUISITION COMMITTEE 

Alfred S. Moore, Jr., Chairman 

Hamilton T. Tewksbury 

Veneta P. Roebuck 

Richard P. Barrow 

John Pfaffmann 

James Russell Bonetti 

Paul M. Sheerin, Jr. 

Paul L. Pattison 

Richard Grinnell (resigned 3/22/95) 

John F. O'Brien 

Herbert L. Jason 

Robert V. Davenport 

Joseph F. Migliaccio 

Claire M. Flannery (resigned 6/6/95) 

Elizabeth S. Christoffel (resigned 6/20/95) 

David H. Wadsworth 

Maxwell R. Pounder 

HARBOR COMMITTEE 

John F. Bertolami, Chairman (Independent) 1997 

John Pfaffmann (Yacht Club) 1 995 

Domenic M. Baccari (Sailing Club) 1996 

Lorren S. Gibbons (Commercial Fisherman) 1997 

Shelanne S. Durkin (Recreation Commission) 1996 

Scott A. T. Herzog (Commercial Fisherman) 1996 

Peter J. Wood (Citizen-at-Large) 1997 

Gail Parks (Citizen-at-Large) 1997 
John H. Winters III (Harbor Master — ex-officio ) 

HEALTH INSURANCE ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

Linda A. Shultz 

Linwood L. Davis 

Boyd J. Livingston 

Sally A. Lincoln 

Richard B. Abbadessa, Jr. 

Raymond Levine 

Ernest J. Sullivan (N on -voting, retired) 

HISTORICAL COMMISSION 

Noel A. Ripley, Chairman 1995 

David H. Wadsworth 1997 

Barbara L. Dillon 1996 

Hamilton T. Tewksbury 1 998 

Wigmore A. Pierson 1996 

Rebecca Bates-McArthur 1997 

Ellen M.Freda 1997 



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HOUSING PARTNERSHIP COMMITTEE 

Chartis B. Langmaid, Chairman 

Rev. Gary A. Ritts 

Lois H. Weltman 

Edward T. Mulvey 

Robert K. Dennis 

Dorothea C. Bjorkgren 

Peter J. Logan 

C. Christopher Ford 

INSURANCE ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

Samuel W. Wakeman, Chairman 
Robert C. Ernst, Jr. 
Robert J. Murphy 

INVESTMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

Diarmuid O'Connell 
Robert M. Davenport 
Brian J. McKenney 

MASS. TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION TO REPRESENT THE TOWN 
OF COHASSET IN THE GREATER BOSTON REGION 

Louis F. Eaton, Jr. 

MEMORIAL OVERSEERS COMMITTEE 

Merle S. Brown (Selectman) 

Noel A. Ripley (Veterans' Agent) 

Domenic M. Baccari (VFW) 

Robert D. Silvia (Cohasset Military Memorial, Inc.) 

H. Edward Brennock, Jr. (American Legion) 

METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE 

Martha K. Gjesteby Jan. 1997 

MILLIKEN FIELD CONSTRUCTION COMMITTEE 

Lawrence J. Mitchell 
Wayne Sawchuk 
Stephen C. Endris 
Laurence M. Mitchell 
Henry A. Rattenbury 
R. Gary Vanderweil 
Joel Antellini ( ex-officio ) 
R. Lawrence Shultz 
Ralph D. Kidder 

MOSQUITO CONTROL COMMITTEE 

Charles Gainor 

Alix P. White 

Frank Burk Ketcham, Jr. (resigned 3/1 1/95) 



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MOSQUITO CONTROL COMMITTEE (Continued) 

Vincent P. Dunn 
Donna P. French 
Elsa Miller 
Edwin H. Tebbetts 

CHIEF PROCUREMENT OFFICER 

Gregory J. Doyon 

PUBLIC WORKS GARAGE BUILDING COMMITTEE 

Terry J. Atherton 
John J. Riley 
Bruce A. Edmonds 
Benjamin S. Blake 
Harold W. Litchfield 
Peter G. Laugelle 
Carl A. Sestito 

PUBLIC WORKS GARAGE STUDY COMMITTEE - Replaced by the 

Building Committee 
Terry J. Atherton 
John J. Riley 
Bruce A. Edmonds 
Peter L. Goedecke 
Benjamin S. Blake 

REGISTRARS OF VOTERS 

Judith P. Volungis 
Marion L. Douglas, Clerk 
Margaret R. Charles 
Dorothea Parmenter 

SOUTH SHORE REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE 

Laurence J. Mitchell 1996 

STRAITS POND COMMITTEE 

Harvey Kertzman 
Merle R. Graham 
J. Anson Whealler 

WATER RESOURCES PROTECTION COMMITTEE 

(established under Article 46, Annual Town Meeting 1994) 

JohnK. McNabb,Jr. 

Mark B. Bell 

James C. Kinch 

Dean Rizzo 

Thomas C. Cook, ex-officio (Board of Health rep.) 

Frederick R. Koed, ex-officio (Water Commission rep.) 

John F. O'Toole, ex-officio (Planning Board rep.) (resigned 5/31/95) 

John D. Chapman, ex-officio (Drainage Advisory Committee rep.) 

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WOMPATUCK STATE PARK ADVISORY COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES 

Donald B. Kennedy 
Laurence J. Mitchell 
John F. Hubbard, Liaison to GSA 

ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS 

Myrna Putziger, Chairman 1996 

S. Woodworth Chittick, Associate 1995 

Mark G. DeGiacomo 1996 

Barbara M. Power 1995 

J. Anson Whealler, Associate 1996 

Donald L. DeMichele 1997 



TOWN OFFICERS APPOINTED BY AUTHORITIES 
OTHER THAN BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

ASSISTANT TOWN TREASURER 

Sally A. Lincoln 

ASSISTANT TOWN CLERK 

Jacquelyn R. McGuire 

ASSISTANT TOWN COLLECTOR 

Linda M. Litchfield 

CHIEF LIBRARIAN 

Richard E. Hayes 

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF HOUSING AUTHORITY 

Marilyn A. LeBlanc 

HEALTH AGENT 

Joseph R. Godzik, V.M.D. 

RECREATION DIRECTOR (Appointed by Recreation Commission 
Under Article 54, May 1976 Town Meeting) 

John M. Worley 

SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 

Stephen E. Hart 



BOARDS, COMMITTEES, COMMISSIONS, REPRESENTATIVES 
APPOINTED BY AUTHORITIES OTHER THAN BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

Roger S. Whitley, Chairman 1998 

Nancy Adams Roth (term expired) 1995 

Michael T. Putziger 1996 

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ADVISORY COMMITTEE (Continued) 

Deborah S. Cook 1997 

Kenneth Ingber 1997 

Richard F. Flynn 1996 

Leland H. Jenkins 1996 

Daniel S. Evans 1997 

Charlene C. Hansen 1995 

Carol L. Martin 1998 

BY-LAW COMMITTEE 

Mary E. Gainor, Chairman (resigned 9/1/95) 1995 

W. Roger Nast 1995 

Louis F. Eaton, Jr. 1997 

Jacqueline M. Dormitzer 1998 
Marion L. Douglas, Town Clerk ( ex-officio ) 
Richard A. Henderson, Town Counsel ( ex-officio ) 

CAPITAL BUDGET COMMITTEE 

Mark A. Baker, Chairman 1997 

G. Robert Jackson 1997 

George S. Kovach, Jr. 1996 

Samuel C. Pease 1995 

Kenneth R. Warner 1996 

DESIGN REVIEW BOARD 

Gordon S. Hislop, Chairman 1995 

Eileen M. Corbett 1995 

Maxwell R. Pounder 1996 

Kathleen R. Fox 1997 

Robert C. Hunter 1996 

Josiah Stevenson 1996 
Robert M. Egan, Building Inspector ( ex-officio ) 

DRAINAGE ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

Lyle E. Branagan 1996 

Thomas S. Cowan 1995 

Boyd J. Livingston 1996 

John D. Chapman , 1996 

COMMITTEE TO SURVEY STRUCTURE & 
FUNCTIONS OF TOWN GOVERNMENT 

Wilson H. Pile, Chairman 1995 

Louis Simeone 1996 

Stacey V. Weaver 1996 

Lillian M. Curley 1997 

Anne P. Swanborg 1997 

William Lean, Jr. 1997 



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PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

Peter F. Pacetti, Chairman (term expired) 1995 

JohnM. Seavey 1996 

Denise Perez-Botts 1996 

Cheryl A. Cippola (resigned 1/1 1/95) 1996 

Michael E. Tetreault 1997 

James F. Blackington 1998 

Raymond J. Kasperowicz 1996 

RECYCLING COMMITTEE 

Arthur L. Lehr, Jr., Chairman 
Merle S. Brown 
John F. Hubbard 

REGIONAL REFUSE DISPOSAL PLANNING COMMITTEE 

(established under Article 63, Annual Town Meeting 1991) 

Alix P. White 
John K. McNabb 

SCHOOL FACILITIES COMMITTEE 

(established under Article 42, Annual Town Meeting 1960. Appointed by the 
Moderator and Article 33 of Annual Town Meeting 1975.) 

APPOINTED BY MODERATOR 

John A. Calabro, Chairm.an 1995 

Robert G. Beggan 1997 

Russell D. Whitney 1996 

APPOINTED BY SELECTMEN 

Robert L. Julian 1995 

Richard J. Silvia 1997 

David J. Chase 1996 

APPOINTED BY SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Richard Grinnell (resigned 5/1 1/95) 1997 

Elizabeth M. Bates 1996 

Allen F. DeVito 1996 

Robert Spofford 1997 

SIDEWALK STUDY COMMITTEE 

APPOINTED BY SELECTMEN 

Peter H. Pearce, Chairman 

APPOINTED BY HIGHWAY SURVEYOR 

Peter G. Laugelle 
Mary L. Snow 



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APPOINTED BY MODERATOR 

Edward E. Fegreus, Jr. 

TITLE FIVE TRANSITION STUDY COMMITTEE 

(formerly Cesspool Study Committee) 

APPOINTED BY BOARD OF HEALTH 

Mark B. Bell, Chairman 
Chartis B. Langmaid 
David M. Kneeland 
Thomas C. McMahon 
Manuel E. Salvador 
Edward J. Connolly 
J. Anson Whealler 



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GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



BOARD OF SELECTMEN 



1996 saw many major developments in Cohasset town government. 
Spurred on by state efforts to establish the E911 emergency telephone system, 
Town officials seized the opportunity to centralize emergency dispatch. Modern 
equipment purchased by the Town and by the E911 program with directory 
assistance revenues made this improvement possible. This fledgling service, 
although only eight months old at year's end, has been able to free public safety 
personnel to work outside the station, providing emergency and preventative 
services for which they have been trained. 

Public works and capital improvements were once again a major focus. 
Town Meeting authorized consolidation of the Highway, Recycling Transfer 
Station, and Tree, Park and Cemetery Departments. In a companion develop- 
ment, the Town voted to build a public works garage adjacent to the RTF, to 
replace our undersized and deficient facilities. When this consoHdation and fa- 
cility is completed, we anticipate the ability to improve the already cooperative 
relationship between these operations and to better maintain and utilize de- 
partmental equipment. The Milliken-Lillard Field athletic complex was sub- 
stantially completed in 1995. This will give Cohasset residents and students a 
first-class modern facility for a variety of athletic competition. 

The Water Commission took several bold steps to solve the water supply 
problems which so dominated 1994. Phase I of the Town's water distribution 
improvement plan was completed, which by fall resulted in remarkable water 
pressure improvements for residents of the Jerusalem Road and Beechwood 
areas, plus substantial fire protection improvements for not only those neigh- 
borhoods but for Forest Avenue residents served by Massachusetts-American 
Water Company. In an effort to increase productivity and increase efficiency, 
the Commission put the department operation out to bid. On July 1, a private 
entity, Cohasset Water Services, Inc., commenced operations. 

Revised Title V regulations regulating septic systems gave a new urgency 
to the Town's proposed waste water treatment proposals. Spurred on by a 
citizen's group, the possibiHty of utilizing the Hull treatment plant to service the 
upper Jerusalem Road-Hull Street area took a step forward as officials in Hull, 
Hingham and Cohasset work towards agreement on providing sewers to that 
neighborhood. An important side benefit will be a lessening of the pollution and 
midge problem that plagues Straits Pond. The engineering study for expansion 
of Cohasset's waste water treatment facility continued to progress as well and 
Cohasset residents will likely see a Town Meeting article in 1996 to construct 
this facility. 

The proposed Cohasset Heights Landfill expansion continued to require 
the energies of both Town officials and residents. Despite considerable engin- 



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eering, legal, and lobbying effort by officials, citizens and professionals engaged 
by the Town, CHL was successful in clearing the MEPA process and getting a 
positive site suitability decision from DEP for an expansion for construction and 
demolition waste. The Cohasset Board of Health must conduct site assignment 
hearings on the proposed 27.5 acre expansion in early 1996. 

Efforts to get Cohasset Harbor dredged saw the Town make small steps in 
progress towards that goal. The Town overcame several hurdles relating to 
policy issues raised by the Army Corps of Engineers and, as the year closed, it 
appeared that the Corps and the Town would be jointly proceeding through the 
environmental permitting process. 

Finally, the ongoing permitting process for the Greenbush line of the Old 
Colony Railroad got a major boost as the proposed railroad restoration cleared 
the MEPA process and received the clear support of Governor Weld and his ad- 
ministration. Although there are many hurdles remaining in the process, it 
would now appear that commuter rail service will return to this area after the 
turn of the century. 

HIGHLIGHTS OF 1995 

JANUARY — Selectmen hire consultant for environmental review of Green- 
bush commuter railroad restoration. 

Town teens volunteer to help convert Independence Building 
into Teen Center. 

FEBRUARY - Selectmen pare Town's Fiscal Year 1996 budget to soften 
override impact. 

Joseph Buckley named 1994 Citizen of the Year. 

Shaw's Supermarkets proposed redevelopment of Gushing 
Plaza. 

MARCH' — Public library accepts gift to restore rotunda murals and clock 

face. 

Town Meeting approves reorganization of Public Works De- 
partment. 

APRIL — School Committee adopts single winter school vacation week. 

MAY — VE Day commemorated. 

Override election approves debt exclusion for Public Works 
Garage and projected budget deficit of $358,000. 

Selectmen execute grant agreement with Commonwealth to 
dredge portions of Cohasset Harbor. 



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JUNE 



JULY 



AUGUST 



Linwood L. Davis retires from Fire Department after twenty- 
eight years of service. 

Cohasset Harbor Master Shawn Kelly resigns. 

Enhanced 911 goes on line. 

Sewer hookup with Town of Hull pondered as means of solv- 
ing Straits Pond septic problem. 

New recycling center dedicated in Timothy Myers' honor. 

Cohasset Water Services, Inc., assumes control of day-to-day 
Water Department operations. 

New tennis courts at Milliken Field completed. 

John H. Winters III appointed new Harbor Master. 

Sergeant Richard G. Abbadessa retires from the Police De- 
partment after twenty-three years of service. 

Cohasset Common scheduled for Hsting in National Register 
of Historic Places. 



SEPTEMBER - Ship Cove Park dedicated. 



OCTOBER - 
NOVEMBER 



Water main construction completed on Forest Avenue, 
Cunningham's Bridge, and Beechwood Street. 

Proposal presented to name Town squares to honor soldiers 
killed in Vietnam and Korea. 

Sidewalk Committee to seek $1,165 million from state to in- 
stall Town sidewalks. 

Additional school space solutions sought. 

Town Counsel Richard A. Henderson announces resignation. 

Water ban lifted. 

Gas and Plumbing Inspector Robert A. Leonard resigns after 
seventeen years of service. 

U.S. Senate passes Cohasset Navigation Act to allow Harbor 
dredging to proceed. 



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Town Meeting approves funds to complete construction of 
new High School athletic field and make improvements to 
Milliken and Lillard Fields. 

DECEMBER - Qualified approval given by state Department of Environmen- 
tal Protection for expansion of Cohasset Heights Landfill. 



Governor Weld announces plans for Greenbush Railroad to 
move forward. 

Looking forward to 1996, it is anticipated that capital projects will again 
be a major focus of attention. 

In addition to the previously mentioned public works garage, sewer and 
water projects, a Special Town Meeting and election was scheduled to deal with 
a proposal to replace the Osgood School and to expand and renovate Deer Hill 
School. 

It is also anticipated that the Town's long delayed landfill capping project 
will start this year. 

This inevitably raises the ever-present issue of finances. Paying for these 
projects will require residents to dig deeper into their pockets, not only this year 
but in future years. Unfortunately, the postponement of needed capital 
improvements has resulted in the financing of many large projects almost simul- 
taneously. The good news is that current long term interest rates are favorable, 
and that, combined with relatively low inflation in the construction industry, 
makes this an opportune time to undertake major projects. 

To lessen the burden somewhat on the property tax rate, state construc- 
tion aid, state subsidized interest rates, and user betterments will be utilized. 
Nevertheless, you, the taxpayer or service user, will pay significantly more in the 
coming years as this long term debt is repaid. 

As Town Officials, we hope that these projects will improve both the 
quality of life and quality of municipal services in Cohasset. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Merle S. Brown, Chairman 

Peter J. Pratt, Vice-Chairman 

Martha K. Gjesteby 

Jane 0. Goedecke 

Michael H. Sullivan 



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TOWN ARCHIVIST 



The year 1995 saw continued activity in the Town's PubHc Records Ar- 
chive vault at Town Hall. Under Massachusetts' Public Records Laws, permanent 
public records as defined in statute and regulation, must be stored in state- 
approved, fireproof vaults at the site of the offices they serve. Cohasset's 
records vaults date from construction of the new wing of Town Hall. The 
vaults receive the permanent records of Town Hall offices and records of 
other boards, committees, commissions and departments, as they are turned 
over to the Town Archivist. Records are shelved in accordance with proven- 
ance, or office of origin, as good archival procedure requires. They also are 
recorded in the vault inventory booi: kept by the Archivist. 

Municipal boards, committees, commissions and departments generating 
permanent public records are reminded to make those records available for filing 
in the vault on a regular basis. Those not in custody of the Town Clerk's office 
are kept in the archive vaults in Town Hall cellar. The vaults also are the reposi- 
tory for the Town's historical Public Records, dating back to the original book 
of Parish and Precinct records begun in 1717. 

During 1995 work also was done to increase the amount of shelf and cabi- 
net space remaining available for future storage of the Town's permanent Public 
Records. 

Respectfully submitted, 
David H. Wadsworth 



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NORFOLK COUNTY ADVISORY BOARD 



Cohasset has one seat on the 28-town Norfolk County Advisory Board (an 
appropriating authority similar to combination of finance committee and town 
meeting), with a 1.88 weighted vote out of 100.00 (based on share of equalized 
valuation). The Advisory Board member is a selectman (general law) or can be 
appointee of selectmen in any Norfolk County town (special act). Merle Brown 
was selectman/member of record in FISC 95. 

Norfolk County Advisory Board meets monthly during the annual budget 
review and otherwise quarterly for consideration of budgetary transfers or sup- 
plements. County appropriations are made subject to such regular reviews, in 
order to make timely budgetary adjustments and reduce the likelihood of crises. 
In Fiscal 1995, the Norfolk County Advisory Board had three quarterly meet- 
ings (fall, winter, spring) plus three monthly meetings during annual budget 
review. 

SEPTEMBER 94 quarterly meeting (at Agricultural School) voted revenue 
adjustments for and transfers within the 95 Appropriation, including Capital 
Improvement Fund for Agricultural School. DECEMBER 94 quarterly meeting 
(at Respiratory Hospital) voted additional revenue adjustments and supplemen- 
tary spending authority in Fisc 95 County Appropriation; appointed three out- 
side trustees to Massachusetts Respiratory Hospital for six -year terms; and heard 
joint briefing with hospital trustees on future of the respiratory hospital. 

MARCH 95 quarterly meeting (Agricultural School) received informa- 
tional presentation on county revenue sources, with particular attention to 
state's history of payment for rental of county-owned court buildings; accumu- 
lated shortfall of $1.8 million was documented as basis for pending special legis- 
lation to remedy same; later business meeting voted some $72,500 for design 
of electrical service improvments at court buildings in Wrentham and Brookline; 
also approved $42,280 supplementary appropriations for operation and main- 
tenance of court buildings. 

APRIL, MAY and JUNE monthly meetings received commissioners' and 
department head's presentations on proposed FISC 96 county appropriations 
in the form of two readings on each budget, with a final vote on consoUdated 
commissioners' request; in effect, members had three opportunities to question 
each departmental appropriation before vote at June meeting. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John F. Dacey, Coordinator 



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REPORT OF THE BOARD OF REGISTRARS 

The Board of Registrars reappointed Margaret Charles as the Chairwoman. 
She was also reappointed for three years by the Board of Selectmen. 

The following elections and Town meetings were held: 

Annual & Special Town Meeting, March 25, 1995 

Annual Town Election, April 1, 1995 

Override Election, May 13, 1995 

Special Town Meeting, November 6, 1995 

The Annual Listing of Persons seventeen years of age and older as per 
General Laws, Chapter 51, Section 4 was conducted by mail during January. 
Voter registration may be done at the Town Hall during regular business hours. 
Also, registration forms are available from the Post Office, Paul Pratt Memorial 
Library, Registry of Motor Vehicles, and various state agencies. To register to 
vote you must be eighteen years of age on or before election day, born in the 
United States or be a naturalized citizen. There are now three political parties. 
Democrat, Republican, and Libertarian and seven political designations. At this 
time we have a total of 5027 voters; 1060 Democrats, 1096 RepubHcans, 3 
Libertarians and 2868 UnenroUed. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Margaret Charles, Chairwoman 

Marion L. Douglas, Clerk 

Dorothea Parmenter 

Judith P. Volungis 



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REPORT OF THE TOWN CLERK 
MARCH 25, 1995 

INDEX FOR ANNUAL & SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 

ARTICLE NO. DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLE 

1 Reports of various Town Offices. Adopted. 

2 Reports of Committees. Adopted. 
SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 

1 Transfer $5,000.00 to be added to the Special Detail Account. 
Adopted. 

2 Article Indefinitely Postponed. Reimbursing the Town Treas- 
urer's Bank Account. Adopted. 

3 Transfer $60,000.00 to the Reserve Fund. Adopted. 

4 Article 4 1994 Annual Town Meeting be amended creating a 
PubHc Safety Communications Officer and $27,500.00 to 
fund 911 Center. Adopted. 

5 Authorize the Treasurer to borrow. Adopted. 

6 Transfer $8,000.00 to install new tank system. Adopted. 

7 Transfer $10,000.00 for Penalty Reserve Fund. Motion 
Defeated. 

8 Transfer $17,000.00 for Special Environmental counsel. 
Adopted. 

9 Transfer $20,861.23 in Sewer Commission Account. Adopted. 

10 Transfer $10,000.00 for 1996 revaluation. Adopted. 

1 1 Transfer $4,864.00 for Fire sick leave benefits. Adopted. 

12 To see if Town will Transfer or Borrow sum of money for 
unpaid bills. Indefinitely Postponed. 

13 Transfer or borrow for supplement fiscal 1995. Adopted. 

14 Transfer $9,500.00 for Sewer Operation and Maintenance 
Manual. Adopted. 

15 Transfer $275.00 for adjustment of history records of payroll 
system. Adopted. 

RESOLUTION By Nancy Sandell, for Ken Wilcox. Adopted. 
ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 

3 Salaries & Compensation for elected officers and Town Depts. 

budget for new fiscal year. Adopted. 

3 Article 3 The Budget. Adopted. 
RESOLUTION By Jane Goedecke for Rocco F. Laugelle. Adopted. 

4 Salary & Rate Schedule Fiscal 1996. Adopted. 

5 Salary Schedule for elected officials. Adopted. 

6 Town assume HabiHty for all damages incurred by the Dept. of 
Environmental Management of Comm. of Ma. Adopted. 

7 Authorize the Town Treasurer to borrow. Adopted. 

8 Transfer $25,000.00 for engineering services. Adopted. 

9 Article Indefinitely postponed. Adopted. Collective bargaining 
Konohasset Clerical & Custodial Assoc. 

10 To Amend Article VII of General By-laws. Adopted. 

1 1 Transfer $30,000.00 for repairing walls. Adopted. 



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12 To Amend Article 4. Adopted. 

13 Article indefinitely postponed. Adopted. Construct a Side- 
walk on Forest Ave. 

14 Transfer $5,000.00 for repurchasing grave lots. Adopted. 

15 To Amend Article III of the General By-laws. Motion defeated. 

16 Article indefinitely postponed. Adopted. New Cab, chassis & 
dump body for Highway Dept. 

17 Transfer $13,000.00 for new hydrauHc sand spreader. 
Adopted. 

18 Article indefinitely postponed. Adopted. Chassis for Tree & 
Park. 

19 Authorize the Treasurer to borrow $40,000.00 for renovation 
bathrooms at Jr/Sr High School. Adopted. 

20 Authorize the Treasurer to borrow $30,000.00 for purchasing 
a new School Bus. 

21 Authorize the Treasurer to borrow $55,000.00 for removal of 
underground tank. Adopted. 

22 School Facilities Comm. become School Bldg. Committee and 
Transfer $20,000.00. Adopted. 

23 Transfer $22,500.00 for legal fees. Adopted. 

25 To Amend Article VII Safety and PubHc Order. Motion is 
Defeated. 

26 Article indefinitely postponed. Adopted. Water Resources Pro- 
tection Officer. 

27 Transfer $3,500.00 for purchasing one or more spill-control 
kits. Adopted. 

28 Transfer $12,000.00 for repainting the Town Hall Auditorium 
and new Window Shades. Adopted. 

29 Amend Article IV of General By-Laws '^Appointed Town 
Officers". Adopted. 

30 Article indefinitely postponed. Adopted. Improvements to 
septic systems. 

31 Appropriate $8,876.00 for professional services. Adopted. 

32 To Amend Article II of the General By-laws. Adopted. 

36 Authorize the Treasurer to borrow the sum of $166,270.00 

for resurfacing. Adopted. 
RESOLUTION By Thomas C. Cook for William E. Baird. Adopted. 
RESOLUTION By Nancy Sandell for Cohasset High School Boys Basketball 

Team. Adopted. 
RESOLUTION By Stephen Wigmore for Joanne Young Nawn. Adopted. 

24 Article be Postponed until Disposition of Article 35. Adopted. 

33 Appropriate $20,038.00 Collective Bargaining between the 
Town and Patrolmens' Union Local No. 641. Adopted. 

34 Appropriate $32,446.00 for Permanent Firefighter local No. 
2804. Adopted. 

35 Appropriate $5,647.00 for collective bargaining between 
Town and C.L.A.S.S. Adopted. 

24 Article indefinitely postponed. Adopted. Action under Article 

25 be reconsidered. 



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37 Authorize the Treasurer to borrow $752,000.00 for public 
works garage. Adopted. 

38 Article indefinitely postponed. Adopted. To Amend Article 4. 

39 Amend General By-Law IV. Motion is Defeated. 

40 Holiday Lighting be permitted on the Town Common. 
Adopted. 

41 Amend Article IX Harbor. Adopted. 

42 Transfer $3,000.00 to purchase a Personal Computer and 
Printer. Adopted. 

43 To accept provisions which would permit the deferral of water 
charges. Adopted. 

44 To accept provisions which permit the deferral of sewer 
charges. Adopted. 

45 Article indefinitely postponed. Adopted Amend Sec. 34 of 
Art. VII Safety & Pubhc Order. 

46 Article indefinitely postponed. Adopted. Transfer money to 
the Stabilization Fund. 

47 Article indefinitely postponed. Adopted. Appropriate funds to 
purchase computer hardware and software. 

48 Appropriate $1 ,209,691 .00 for the Annual Budget. Adopted. 

49 The sum of $50,000.00 be transferred from Water Revenue. 
Adopted. 

50 Article VII of the General By-laws, Safety and Public order be 
Amended. Motion as amended is Adopted. 

51 Transfer $9,000.00 for sheher at Cedar Street. Adopted. 

52 Article indefinitely postponed. Adopted A Fork Lift at Cedar 
Street Recycling. 

53 Transfer $4,800.00 for gate at the end of Beechwood St. 
Adopted. 

54 Transfer $1 ,500.00 for lowering water service line. Adopted. 

55 Transfer $3,700.00 for resurfacing. Adopted. 

56 Town to authorize to amend plan entitled. "Plan of land of 
Riverview Dr." Adopted. 

57 Article V of General By-laws be Amended. Adopted. 

58 Selectmen Continue engineering Studies etc. to construction 
of Phase I. Motion Defeated. 

59 To amend Sec. 12 of Zoning by-law Administration & Enforce- 
ment. Motion is Defeated. 

60 To amend Sec. 6 of Zoning By-law Sign-Regulations. Adopted. 

61 Article indefinitely postponed. Adopted. 

62 To amend Sec. 6 of Zoning By-law Sign-Regulations. Adopted. 

63 Article indefinitely postponed. Amend Sec. 8 of Zoning By- 
law. Adopted. 

64 To Amend Sec. 5 of Zoning By-law, Area Regulations. 
Adopted. 

65 Transfer $2,000.00 for Computer for the Planning Board. 
Adopted. 

66 Amend Sec. 4 of Zoning By-laws, Use Regulations. Adopted. 



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ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 
M ARCH 25, 1995 

At the Annual Town Meeting and the Special Town Meeting held on 
March 25, 1995 at the Cohasset High School Auditorium the following articles 
were contained in the warrant and acted upon as recorded. 

Checkers previously appointed for entrance by the Selectmen and sworn in 
by the Town Clerk, Marion L. Douglas at 9:30 A.M. were Jacquelyn McGuire, 
Deborah ProtuHs and Janice Rosano. Tellers appointed by the Moderator, 
George L. Marlette, III were Louise Flint, Grace Tuckerman, Arthur Lehr and 
Raymond Buckley. 

The Moderator called the meeting to order at 10:25 A.M. and a quorum of 
100 was present at that time. He had examined the call of the meeting and 
found it to be in order. The registered voters checked in on the voting list 
totaled 227. Rev. Ritts from Second Congregational Church gave the invocation. 

Members of the Boy Scout Troop 28 called the pledge of allegiance. 

ARTICLE 1. To act upon the reports of the various Town Officers as 
printed in the Annual Town Report for 1994. 

MOVED: That the reports of the various Officers, as printed in the 
Annual Town Report for 1994, be accepted. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 2. To hear the reports of any Committee heretofore chosen 
and act thereon. 

MOVED: That the reports of any committee heretofore chosen be heard 
and accepted and that the committee continue in office. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

MOVED: By Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, Michael Sullivan that 
the Annual Town Meeting be recessed pending consideration of the Special 
Town Meeting Articles and that the Special Town Meeting Articles be consid- 
ered at this time. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 



SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 
MARCH 25, 1995 

ARTICLE 1. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer 
from available funds a sum of money to be added to the Special Detail Account. 

MOVED: That the sum of Five Thousand and no/100 ($5,000.00) Dol- 
lars be transferred from Surplus Revenue to be added to the Special Detail 
Account. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 



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ARTICLE 2. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer 
from available funds the sum of Two Hundred Eighty-four and no/100 ($284.00) 
Dollars for the purpose of reimbursing the Town Treasurer's Bank Account No. 
2 240 009 maintained at the Rockland Trust Company to cover a deficit caused 
by a check written by a former employee and returned for insufficient funds, 
which check related to payment of health insurance benefits. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 3. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available funds 
a sum of money to be added to the Reserve Fund. 

MOVED: That the sum of Sixty Thousand and no/100 ($60,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue to the Reserve Fund. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 4. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Personnel Com- 
pensation and Classification Schedule adopted under Article 4 of the Warrant for 
the 1994 Annual Town Meeting by creating the position of "Public Safety Com- 
munication Officer" and to see what sums of money the Town will transfer from 
available fund for the salaries, expenses, equipment and installation associated 
with the implementation and operation of an "E-9H" Civilian Dispatch Center. 

MOVED: That the Persormel Compensation and Classification Schedule 
adopted under Article 4 of the Warrant for the 1994 Annual Town Meeting be 
amended by creating the position of PubHc Safety Communication Officer and 
that the sum of Twenty-seven Thousand, Five Hundred and no/ 100 ($27,500.00) 
Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue to fund salaries, expenses, equip- 
ment and installation associated with the implementation and operation of an 
E-91 1 Civilian Dispatch Center. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 5. To see if the Town will transfer from available funds or 
borrow a sum of money to purchase and install new diesel and gasoline tanks 
and a dispensing system. 

MOVED: That the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Select- 
men, be authorized to borrow the sum of Eighty Thousand and no/ 100 
($80,000.00) Dollars to purchase and install new diesel and gasoline tanks and a 
dispensing system. 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 6. To see if the Town will transfer from available funds or 
borrow a sum of money to remove the gas Hne and diesel underground tanks and 
fuel dispensing system at the Cohasset Junior/Senior High School and install a 
new tank system. 

MOVED: That the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Select- 
men, be authorized to borrow the sum of Eight Thousand and no/ 100 
($8,000.00) Dollars to remove the gas line and diesel underground tanks and fuel 
dispensing system at the Cohasset Junior/Senior High School and install a new 
tank system. 



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A 2/3 vote is required. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 7. To see if the Town will transfer from available funds or 
borrow the sum of Twenty Thousand and no/ 100 ($20,000.00) Dollars to estab- 
lish a Penalty Reserve Fund for the payment of penalties or other habihties, if 
any, under the Town's Agreement for Judgment with the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts which was approved under Article 22 of the Warrant for the 
October 24, 1994, Special Town Meeting. 

MOVED: That the sum of Ten Thousand and no/100 ($10,000.00) Dol- 
lars be transferred from Surplus Revenue to estabHsh a Penalty Reserve Fund for 
the payment of penalties or other Habilities, if any, under the Town's Agreement 
for Judgment by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts which was approved under Article 22 of the Warrant for the 
October 24, 1994 Special Town Meeting. 

Mr. Guild moved to indefinitely postpone this article. After discussion, Mr. 
Guild withdrew his motion to indefinitely postpone. 

Main motion is defeated. 

ARTICLE 8. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from 
available funds or borrow the sum of Seventeen Thousand and no/ 100 
($17,000.00) Dollars to supplement Sewer Commission Account No. 01440- 
5816-946 ("Legal Services") to be used for the payment of Special Environ- 
mental Counsel in connection with the Town's wastewater management matters. 

MOVED: That the sum of Seventeen Thousand and no/100 ($17,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue to supplement Sewer Commission 
Account No. 01440-5816-946 ("Legal Services") to be used for the payment of 
Special Environmental Counsel in connection with the Town's wastewater man- 
agement matters. 

Mption is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 9. To see if the Town will transfer the sum of Twenty Thou- 
sand, Eight Hundred Sixty-one and 23/100 ($20,861.23) Dollars from Surplus 
Revenue to Sewer Department Account No. 01-440-5380-020 ("Contract 
Services") and reduce by the sum of Twenty Thousand, Eight Hundred Sixty- 
one and 23/100 ($20,861.23) Dollars the amount in Sewer Commission Account 
No. 30-440-5676-311 ("Sewer Engineering"). 

MOVED: That the borrowing authorized under Article 23 of the Warrant 
for the October, 1994, Special Town Meeting be reduced by the amount of 
Twenty Thousand, Eight Hundred Sixty-one and no/100 ($20,861.00) Dollars, 
and that the sum of Twenty Thousand, Eight Hundred Sixty-one and no/ 100 
($20,861.00) Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue to Sewer Depart- 
ment Account No. 01440-5380-020 (Contract Services). 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 10. To see if the Town will transfer the sum of Ten Thousand 
and no/ 100 ($10,000.00) Dollars from amounts appropriated under Article 9 of 
the Warrant for the October 24, 1994, Special Town Meeting to be used for the 
1996 revaluation. 



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MOVED: That the sum of Ten Thousand and no/100 ($10,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from amounts appropriated under Article 9 of the Warrant 
for the October 24, 1994, Special Town Meeting to be used for the 1996 
revaluation. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 11. To see if the Town will transfer from available funds or 
borrow the sum of Four Thousand, Eight Hundred Sixty -three and 40/100 
($4,863.40) Dollars to be added to the Fire Department salary budget to pay the 
cost of redeeming sick leave benefits of a retiring firefighter. 

MOVED: That the sum of Four Thousand, Eight Hundred Sixty-four and 
no/ 100 ($4,864.00) Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue to be added to 
the Fire Department salary budget to pay the cost of redeeming sick leave bene- 
fits of a retiring firefighter. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 12. To see if the Town will transfer from available funds or 
borrow a sum of money for the purpose of paying the unpaid bills itemized 
below and relating to prior fiscal years. 

Vendor D epartment Amount 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 13. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, transfer from current appropriations or borrow the fol- 
lowing sums of money to supplement current fiscal year 1995 appropriations as 
indicated in the following table: 

Accounts from which Accounts which are 

Transfers are to be made to be supplemented 

MOVED: That the following transfers be made from current appropria- 
tions to supplement fiscal 1995 appropriations according to the following table: 

Accounts from which Accounts which are 

Transfers are to be made Amount to be supplemented 

Surplus Revenue $83,000.00 $60,000.00 of which 

shall be used to pay 
Special Town Counsel 
for legal services relating 
to environmental law 
matters arising out of 
Cohasset Heights landfill 
and $23,000.00 of which 
shall be used for fees 
relating to Cohasset Heights 
landfill. 

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Selectmen-Collective $ 8,460.00 Reserve Fund 

Bargaining 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 14. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow the sum of Nine Thousand, Five Hundred and 
no/100 ($9,500.00) Dollars for the purpose of preparing a sewer collection sys- 
tem operation and maintenance manual as required under Sections 26 and 27 of 
the Amended Agreement for Judgment adopted under Article 22 of the Warrant 
for the October 24, 1994, Special Town Meeting. 

MOVED: That the sum of Nine Thousand, Five Hundred and no/ 100 
($9,500.00) Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue for the purpose of 
preparing a sewer collection system operation and maintenance manual as re- 
quired under Sections 26 and 27 of the Amended Agreement for Judgment by 
and between the Town of Cohasset and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 
adopted under Article 22 of the Warrant for the October 24, 1994 Special Town 
Meeting. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 15. To see if the Town will transfer the sum of Two Hundred 
Seventy-five and no/ 100 ($275.00) Dollars from the account entitled, 'Tart- 
time Clerical" to the account entitled, "Computer Supplies and Expenses" to 
cover costs of adjustment to history records of the payroll system. 

MOVED: That the sum of Two Hundred Seventy-five and no/ 100 
($275.00) Dollars be transferred from the acount entitled, Part-time Clerical to 
the account entitled. Computer Supplies and Expenses to cover the cost of 
adjustment to history records of the payroll system. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

MOVED: By Richard Henderson that this Special Town Meeting be 
dissolved and proceed with the Annual Town Meeting. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

Resolution offered by Nancy Sandell, Chairwoman of the School 
Committee. 

WHEREAS, Ken Wilcox has severed the Town of Cohasset as a member of 
the School Committee for three years; and 

WHEREAS, Mr. Wilcox has given his perspective as an educator as well as 
his expertise in finance and business; and 

WHEREAS, Mr. Wilcox has been willing to contribute his time and to 
honestly speak his mind, motivated by a genuine concern for the well-being of 
all students. 

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That the citizens of Cohasset in 
Town Meeting assembled in this twenty-fifth day of March, 1995, express their 
appreciation to Ken Wilcox for his active and sincere interest in promoting 
excellence in the Cohasset Schools, and wish him good health, happiness and 
success in the future. 

Resolution is adopted unanimously. 



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ARTICLE 3. To see if the Town will vote to fix salaries and compensa- 
tion of Elected Officers, and to see what sums the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate from available funds or otherwise, for the payment of the salaries 
and compensation, expense, equipment and outlays, capital and otherwise, of 
the several Town Departments, excluding the Water Department, for the ensuing 
fiscal year. 

SEE APPENDIX A AND APPENDIX B 
APPENDIX A 

ADVISORY COMMITTEE'S RECOMMENDATIONS, ARTICLE 3 
ANNUAL TOWN MEETING, MARCH 25, 1995 



Dept. 


Approp. 


Expended 


Approp. 


Requested 


Recomm. 


No. Appropriations Accounts 


Fiscal 1994 


Fiscal 1994 


Fiscal 1995 


Fiscal 1996 


Fiscal 1996 


GENERAL GOVERNMENT 












114 Moderator: 












Personal Services 


1 


I 


1 


1 


1 


122 Selectmen: 












Personal Services 


$54,139 


$54,139 


$55,836 


$55,743 


$5,500 


General Expenses 


7,950 


7,147 


7,875 


7,875 


7,875 


Equipment Rental 


8,000 


7,159 


7,700 


12,400 


8,400 


Collective Bargaining 


10,000 


6,562 


20,000 


10,000 


10,000 


Midge Control 


2,000 


2,000 


2,000 


2,000 


2,000 


129 Executive Secretary: 












Personal Services 


54,837 


54,572 


56,755 


56,482 


56,482 


Town Hall Clerical 














275,654 


General Expenses 


1,560 


1,494 


1,635 


1,635 


1,635 


131 Advisory Committee: 












General Expenses 


335 


315 


335 


335 


335 


133 Reserve Fund: 












Reserve Fund 


80,000 


80,000 


80,000 


100,000 


100,000 


135 Town Accountant: 












Personal Services 


69,048 


69,048 


77,028 


76,919 


42,426 


General Expenses 


1,548 


1,393 


2,000 


2,000 


2,000 


Capital Outlay 


2,000 


2,000 


700 


2,500 





Central Computer 


25,224 


23,217 


9,665 


12,550 


12,550 


141 Assessors: 












Personal Services 


60,678 


58,964 


72,866 


76,036 


42,951' 


General Expenses 


18,992 


18,992 


13,156 


18,556 


18,556 


Revaluation 








5,000 


5,000 


5,000 


145 Treasurer-Collector: 












Personal Services 


86,504 


86,148 


97,373 


94,363 


39,636 


General Expenses 


14,861 


14,861 


19,825 


19,745 


19,745 


Capital Outlay 








2,100 


500 


500 


Tax Liens/Foreclosures 


11,523 


11,523 


6,000 


6,000 


6,000 


Contract Services 


15,770 


15,769 


12,480 


10,650 


10,650 


151 Legal: 












General Expenses 


2,133 


1,954 


1,733 


1,733 


1,733 


Town Counsel 


56,667 


34,532 


56,667 


56,667 


40,000 


Special Counsel 


28,404 


28,404 


40,000 


30,000 


30,000 


152 Personnel Committee: 












General Expenses 


250 


136 


250 


250 


250 


161 Town Clerk: 












Personal Services 


53,547 


53,540 


58,847 


58,417 


36,740 


General Expenses 


1,125 


1,011 


1,950 


1,550 


1,550 


162 Elections & Town Meeting: 












Personal Services 


12,763 


11,949 


16,128 


15,494 


6,403 


General Expenses 


6,725 


6,020 


8,540 


8,015 


8,015 



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Dept. 


Approp. 


Expended 


Approp. 


Requested 


Recomm. 


No. Appropriation Accounts 


Fiscal 1994 


Fiscal 1994 


Fiscal 1995 


Fiscal 1996 


Fiscal 1996 


171 Conservation Commission: 












Personal Services 


17,689 


17,689 


20,746 


27,182 


3,850 


General Expenses 


1,921 


1,921 


2,253 


2,253 


2,253 


175 Planning Board: 












Personal Services 


9,193 


9,158 


11,416 


11,152 





General Expenses 


1,700 


1,642 


1,700 


1,830 


1,830 


Engineering Services 


2,000 





4,000 


4,000 


1,000 


Capital Outlay 








850 


3,000 





176 Zoning Board of Appeals: 












Personal Services 











1,000 





General Expenses 


3,310 


2,287 


3,310 


3,310 


3,310 


Capital Outlay 








850 








192 Town HaU: 












Personal Services 


19,777 


19,777 


26,097 


23,772 


23,772 


General Expenses 


27,900 


27,639 


26,300 


26,300 


26,300 


Telephone Expense 


8,464 


8,464 


8,300 


8,400 


8,400 


Capital Outlay 


2,600 


2,600 


10,000 


14,700 


5,200 


194 TownBuUdings 












General Expenses 


700 


685 


600 


600 


600 


195 Town Reports: 












General Expenses 


7,500 


5,719 


7,500 


7,500 


7,500 


197 Parking Clerk: 












General Expenses 


2,200 


1,637 


1,800 


1,800 


1,800 


199 Unclassified: 












General Expenses 


2,575 


2,222 


1,950 


1,850 


1,350 


Audit of Accounts 


9,000 


9,000 


8,100 


8,100 


8,100 


So. Shore Coalition 


2,000 


2,000 


2,000 


2,000 


2,000 


TOTAL GENERAL 












GOVERNMENT 


805,112 


765,289 


872,216 


892,164 


889,851 


PUBLIC SAFETY 






210 PoUce: 












Personal Services 


791,000 


786,458 


827,893 


827,914 


817,914 


General Expenses 


57,925 


55,190 


59,925 


61,525 


61,525 


Capital Outlay 


29,800 


29,800 


33,986 


57,285 


57,285 


212 Central Dispatch: 












Personal Services 











100,900 


100,900 


General Expenses 











8,000 


8,000 


220 Fire: 












Personal Services 


1,023,646 


978,308 


1,039,605 


947,997 


947,997 


General Expenses 


59,248 


52,743 


54,525 


52,625 


52,625 


Capital Outlay 


15,785 


15,785 


2,500 


49,000 


40,700 


Fire & Police Headquarters 


17,850 


17,837 


18,350 


18,350 


18,350 


Hydrant Services 


109,155 


109,154 


109,155 


109,155 


109,155 


241 Building Inspector: 












Personal Services 


49,327 


49,327 


54,609 


54,905 


41,994 


General Expenses 


8,405 


8,519 


8,405 


8,405 


8,405 


Capital Outlay 








850 








244 Weights & Measures: 












Personal Services 


750 


750 


750 


750 


750 


General Expenses 


275 


80 


275 


275 


275 


245 Wire: 












Personal Services 


45,017 


45,575 


46,527 


46,362 


42,294 


General Expenses 


10,340 


10,628 


10,840 


10,840 


10,840 


Capital Outlay 


350 


350 


1,960 


800 


800 


291 CivU Defense: 












Personal Services 


250 


250 


250 


250 


250 


292 Dog Officer: 












Personal Services 


7,924 


7,924 


9,509 


9,795 


9,795 


General Expenses 


3,022 


2,897 


3,040 


3,040 


2,440 



35 



Dept. 


Approp. 


Expended 


Approp. 


Requested 


Recomm. 


No. Appropriation Accounts 


Fiscal 1994 


Fiscal 1994 


Fiscal 1995 


Fiscal 1996 


Fiscal 1996 


294 Tree, Park & Cemetery: 












Personal Services 


112,158 


112,047 


116,548 


121,581 


121,581 


General Expenses 


24,675 


24,446 


22,995 


25,895 


25,895 


Central Cemetery 


1,475 


1,475 


1,475 


1,475 


1,475 


Capital Outlay 


9,000 


9,000 


14,430 


9,500 


4,900 


Personal Services Trust 


4,660 


4,660 


4,170 


870 


870 


295 Harbor: 












Personal Services 


42,565 


38,327 


37,710 


38,270 


38,270 


General Expenses 


7,628 


7,544 


8,500 


7,350 


7,350 


Capital Outlay 


4,700 


4,700 





9,000 





296 Shellfish Constable: 












Personal Services 


500 


500 


500 


500 


500 


General Expenses 


220 





220 


220 


220 


TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY 


2,437,650 


2,374,274 


2,489,502 


2,582,834 


2,533,355 


SCHOOLS 






300 Cohasset Public Schools: 












1100 School Committee 


51,853 


47,138 


76,253 


81,865 


81,865 


1200 Superintendent's Office 113,815 


115,146 


118,239 


122,646 


122,646 


1220 Business Office 


48,440 


52,864 


51,365 


52,533 


52,533 


1230 Student Services 


114,651 


114,714 


112,650 


126,362 


126,362 


2100 Supervision 


39,693 


39,863 


34,439 


43,145 


43,145 


2200 Principals 


396,744 


398,597 


398,011 


404,761 


404,761 


2300 Teaching 


3,552,940 


3,561,499 


3,766,987 


4,001,322 


4,001,322 


2400 Textbooks 


46,156 


36,818 


67,792 


42,787 


42,787 


2500 Library 


178,174 


166,143 


186,987 


188,589 


188,589 


2600 Audio/Visual 


24,885 


19,235 


58,966 


59,855 


59,855 


2700 Guidance 


208,037 


207,081 


216,841 


228,018 


228,018 


3100 Attendance 


18,730 


19,061 


18,730 








3200 Health 


55,707 


57,329 


57,602 


58,788 


58,788 


3310 Operation of Buses 


87,341 


83,661 


89,908 


106,685 


106,685 


3350 Maintenance of Buses 


29,886 


25,180 


25,000 


25,000 


25,000 


3370 Contracted Carriers 


20,000 


20,019 


18,000 


18,000 


18,000 


3510 Athletics 


102,260 


102,124 


126,832 


139,874 


119,874 


3520 Student Activities 


14,194 


11,584 


14,252 


14,696 


14,696 


4110 Custodial 


332,390 


340,277 


308,603 


329,053 


329,053 


4120 Heat 


55,000 


53,386 


63,000 


60,000 


60,000 


4130 UtUities 


125,000 


128,356 


123,750 


125,300 


125,300 


4210 Maintenance/Grounds 


10,000 


7,937 


10,000 


10,000 


10,000 


4220 Maintenance/Buildings 


i 107,600 


107,885 


103,329 


104,932 


104,932 


4230 Equip./Maint./Repair 


17,874 


16,205 


21,997 


22,635 


22,635 


5200 Fixed Expenditures 


2,800 


3,711 


2,200 


2,200 


2,200 


7300 Acquisition/Equipment 62,935 


43,734 


62,080 


95,813 


95,813 


7400 Replacement/Equipment 17,022 


12,740 


21,956 


28,051 


28,051 


9300 Other Than PubUc 


301,709 


327,901 


320,315 


334,008 


334,008 


TOTAL LOCAL SCHOOL 


6,135,836 
7,459 


6,120,188 

7,459 


6,476,084 
18,494 


6,826,918 


6,806,918 


301 Vocational Assessment 


25,786 


25,786 


TOTAL SCHOOLS 


6,143,295 


6,127,647 


6,494,578 


6,852,704 


6,832,704 


HIGHWAY 












422 Highway: 












Personal Services 


160,804 


160,591 


168,738 


169,870 


169,870 


General Expenses 


64,575 


64,566 


62,175 


62,675 


62,675 


Garage Expenses 


3,850 


3,850 


3,250 


3,250 


3,250 


Salt Shed 


400 


400 











423 Snow Removal 












General Expenses 


154,000 


154,000 


45,000 


45,000 


45,000 



36 



Dept. 


Approp. 


Expended 


Approp. 


Requested 


Recomm. 


No. Appropriation Accounts 


Fiscal 1994 


Fiscal 1994 


Fiscal 1995 


Fiscal 1996 


Fiscal 1996 


424 Street Lighting 












General Expenses 


52,000 


51,250 


52,000 


52,000 


52,000 


TOTAL HIGHWAYS 


435,629 


434,657 


331,163 


332,795 


332,795 


HEALTH & SANITATION 






433 Transfer Station: 












Personal Services 


77,029 


77,029 


74,976 


69,301 


64,229 


General Expenses 


255,820 


255,146 


42,799 


29,097 


26,797 


Hauling & Tipping 








200,446 


238,568 


238,568 


Capital Outlay 








2,625 


6,200 





440 Sewer: 












Personal Services 


3,660 


3,660 


4,436 


3,348 





General Expenses 


154,717 


153,998 


159,170 


163,230 


163,230 


Capital Outlay 


4,773 


4,770 











Penalty Reserve 











20,000 


10,000 


510 Board of Health: 












Personal Services 


72,127 


72,067 


77,206 


76,731 


45,431 


General Expenses 


30,000 


27,074 


10,621 


16,853 


15,379 


Engineering 








20,000 


35,000 


35,000 


Capital Outlay 








2,800 


2,995 





TOTAL HEALTH & 












SANITATION 


598,126 


593,744 


595,079 


661,323 


598,634 


HUMAN SERVICES 






522 Social Service League 












General Expenses 


32,537 


32,537 


35,769 


36,887 


36,887 


541 Council on Aging: 












Personal Services 


40,385 


39,255 


43,309 


43,702 


43,702 


General Expenses 


6,150 


6,105 


7,050 


7,325 


7,725 


Senior Center 


4,000 


4,000 


4,040 


4,084 


4,084 


Handicap Van 


2,500 


2,500 


1,500 


1,500 


1,500 


543 Veterans' Services: 












Personal Services 


1,600 


1,600 


1,600 


1,600 


1,600 


General Expenses 


5,200 


3,667 


5,200 


5,200 


5,200 


599 Commission Disabilities: 












General Expenses 


125 


125 


125 


125 


125 


TOTAL HUMAN 












SERVICES 


92,497 


89,789 


98,593 


100,423 


100,823 


CULTURE & RECREATION 












610 Library: 












Personal Services 


196,328 


194,597 


206,005 


207,521 


207,145 


General Expenses 


51,939 


51,939 


53,229 


53,229 


53,229 


Capital Outlay 


6,000 


6,000 





4,400 


4,400 


630 Recreation: 












Personal Services 


65,177 


65,177 


66,495 


66,348 


66,348 


General Expenses 


4,040 


4,040 


4,040 


4,040 


4,040 


670 Town Archivist: 












Personal Services 


500 


500 


500 


500 


500 


690 Common Historical District 












General Expenses 


200 





200 


200 


200 


691 Historical Commission: 












General Expenses 


100 


99 


100 


100 


100 


692 Celebrations: 












General Expenses 


1,700 


1,700 


1,700 


1,700 


1,700 


TOTAL CULTURE & 












RECREATION 


325,984 


324,052 


332,269 


338,038 


337,662 



37 



Dept. Approp. Expended Approp. Requested Recomm. 

No. Appropriation Accounts Fiscal 1994 Fiscal 1994 Fiscal 1995 Fiscal 1996 Fiscal 1996 



DEBT SERVICE 












710 Principal: 












General Expenses 


343,800 


322,914 


373,800 


389,800 


389,800 


751 Long Term Interest : 












General Expenses 


115,298 


127,849 


125,259 


100,152 


100,152 


752 Short Term Interest: 












General Expenses 


45,000 


14,222 


45,000 


83,000 


83,000 


TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 


504,098 


474,985 


544,059 


572,952 


572,952 


BENEFITS & INSURANCE 








911 Pensions: 












Norfolk County 


530,179 


519,811 


519,811 


537,280 


537,280 


Non-Contributory 


3,320 


3,317 


3,320 


3,320 


3,320 


912 Workers' Compensation: 












General Experises 


110,000 


85,574 


100,000 


110,000 


100,000 


913 Unemployment: 












General Expenses 


5,000 


2,116 


5,000 


5,000 


5,000 


914 Health Insurance: 












General Expenses 


864,424 


757,590 


858,412 


786,425 


786,425 


915 Life Insurance: 












General Expenses 


6,108 


8,960 


6,871 


7,100 


7,100 


916 Medicare Tax 












General Expenses 


71,000 


43,989 


50,000 


55,000 


55,000 


917 Property & Liability Insurance 










General Expenses 


149,000 


140,026 


146,000 


141,000 


141,000 


TOTAL BENEFITS & 












INSURANCE 


1,739,031 


1,561,383 


1,689,414 


1,645,125 


1,635,125 


OTHER EXPENSES 








Overlay: 












Reserve for Abatements 


181,694 


110,299 


170,000 


225,000 


225,000 


State Aid (Offsets) 












Racial Imbalance 


144,318 


144,318 


147,926 


147,926 


144,318 


School Lunch 


3,742 


3,742 


3,836 


3,836 


4,007 


Public Libraries 


4,922 


4,922 


5,045 


5,045 


7,514 


State Assessment: 












County Tax 


63,889 


63,889 


65,486 


67,123 


67,123 


Motor Vehicle Bills 


1,934 


1,934 


1,982 


4,183 


4,183 


Retired Teachers Insurance 


157,875 


157,875 


161,822 


204,884 


204,884 


Mosquito Control 


13,301 


13,301 


13,634 


14,037 


14,037 


Air Pollution Control 


2,157 


2,157 


2,211 


2,290 


2,290 


Metro Area Planning 


1,504 


1,504 


1,542 


1,638 


1,638 


MBTA 


149,706 


149,706 


153,449 


156,910 


156,910 


TOTAL OTHER 












EXPENSES 


725,042 


653,647 


726,933 


832,872 


831,904 


TOTAL OPERATING 






BUDGET 


13,806,464 


13,399,467 


14,173,806 


14,811,230 


14,665,805 



38 



Dept. 

No. Appropriation Accounts 



Approp. Expended Approp. Requested Recomm. 

Fiscal 1994 Fiscal 1994 Fiscal 1995 Fiscal 1996 Fiscal 1996 



General Government 
Public Safety 
Education 
Highways & Streets 
Sanitation 
Human Services 
Culture & Recreation 
Debt Service 
Benefits & Insurance 
Other 

TOTAL OPERATING 
BUDGET 



805,112 

2,437,650 

6,143,295 

435,629 

598,126 

92,497 

325,984 

504,098 

1,739,031 

725,042 



765,289 

2,374,274 

6,127,847 

434,657 

593,744 

89,789 

324,052 

474,985 

1,561,383 

653,647 



872,216 

2,489,502 

6,494,578 

331,163 

595,079 

98,593 

332,269 

544,059 

1,689,414 

726,933 



892,164 

2,582,834 

6,852,704 

332,795 

661,323 

100,423 

338,038 

572,952 

1,645,125 

832,872 



889,851 

2,533,355 

6,832,704 

332,795 

598,634 

100,823 

337,662 

572,952 

1,635,125 

831,904 



13,806,464 13,399,467 14,173,806 14,811,230 14,665,805 



APPENDIX B 
CAPITAL OUTLAY ALLOTMENTS 

Other than Schools 



NOTE: The term Capital Outlay covers an expenditure of $200.00 or 
more for equipment or of $500.00 or more for the reconstruction or establish- 
ment of a physical betterment, the useful life of which is expected to exceed 
two years. Separate line appropriations are shown for these items since they 
represent special and specific allotments and are indended to be expended solely 
for the purposes indicated. 



Treasurer/Collector 
Office Furniture 

Town Hall: 

Building Maintenance 
Elevator Telephone 



July 1,1995- 
June 30, 1996 



4,000.00 
1,200.00 



Police; 



Fire; 



Three Cruisers 

Radio Equipment 
New Vehicle 
Exhaust Removal 
Ventilation Saw 



9,500.00 

25,500.00 

4,200.00 

1,500.00 



500.00 

5,200.00 
57,285.00 

40,700.00 



39 



Tree &Park: 

Rototiller 2,400.00 

Refurbish Truck 2,500.00 4,900.00 

Harbormaster: 

Floats 

Library: 

Building Improvements 4,400.00 

Totals $112,985.00 

ARTICLE 3. 

MOVED: That the sum of Fourteen Million, Six Hundred Sixty-five 
Thousand, Eight Hundred Five and no/100 ($14,665,805.00) Dollars be appro- 
priated for the 1996 Annual Budget to be alloted as follows: the sum of 
$128,441.00 for salaries of elected Town officials consisting of Town Clerk, 
$37,657.00; Clerk, Board of Registrars $329.00; Moderator $1.00; Treasurer/ 
Collector $40,627.00; Highway Surveyor $40,627.00; Selectmen, Chairman 
$1,500.00, Members, $4,000.00; Board of Assessors, Chairman $1,300.00, 
Members, $2,400.00; the sum of $14,537,364.00 for Personal Services, Expenses 
and Capital Outlays, Interest on Maturing Debt and other charges for various 
departments, excluding the Water Department, as recommended for the pur- 
poses, shown in Appendix A and Appendix B, pages 4 through 10 inclusive, of 
the Warrant for the 1995 Annual Town Meeting, a copy of which Appendixes 
are filed herewith; and to meet the appropriations, the following transfers be 
made: from Fire Department Trust, $12,000.00; $3,850.00; from Wadleigh 
Trust, $200.00; from Wheelwright Park Trust, $600.00; from Robert Charles 
Billings Trust, $40.00; from Billings - Pratt Trust, $30.00; from Woodside 
Cemetery Trust, $4,500.00; from Beechwood Cemetery Trust, $350.00; from 
Cedar Street Cemetery Trust, $150.00; from the Pension Reserve Account, 
$60,000.00; from Water Revenue, $9,000.00; and the balance to be raised from 
taxation, in the amount of $14,578,935.00. 



40 



APPENDIX A 

ADVISORY COMMITTEE'S RECOMMENDATIONS, ARTICLE 3 

ANNUAL TOWN MEETING, MARCH 25, 1995 

Dept. Approp. Expended Approp. Requested Recomm. 

No. Appropriations Accounts Fiscal 1994 Fiscal 1994 Fiscal 1995 Fiscal 1996 Fiscal 1996 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 












114 Moderator: 












Personal Services 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


122 Selectmen: 












Personal Services 


$54,139 


$54,139 


$55,836 


$55,743 


$5,500 


General Expenses 


7,950 


7,147 


7,875 


7,875 


7,875 


Equipment Rental 


8,000 


7,159 


7,700 


12,400 


8,400 


Collective Bargaining 


10,000 


6,562 


20,000 


10,000 


10.000 


Midge Control 


2,000 


2,000 


2,000 


2,000 


2,000 


129 Executive Secretary: 












Personal Services 


54,837 


54,572 


56,755 


56,482 


56,482 


Tow-n Hall Clerical 














275,654 


General Expenses 


1,560 


1,494 


1,635 


1,635 


1,635 


131 Advisory Committee: 












General Expenses 


335 


315 


335 


335 


335 


133 Reserve Fund: 












Reserve Fund 


80,000 


80,000 


80,000 


100,000 


100,000 


135 Town Accountant: 












Personal Services 


69,048 


69,048 


77,028 


76,919 


42.426 


General Expenses 


1,548 


1,393 


2,000 


2.000 


2,000 


Capital Outlay 


2,000 


2,000 


700 


2,500 





Central Computer 


25,224 


23,217 


9,665 


12,550 


12,550 


141 Assessors: 












Personal Services 


60,678 


58,964 


72,866 


76,036 


42,951 


General Expenses 


18,992 


18,992 


13,156 


18.556 


18,556 


Revaluation 








5,000 


5,000 


5,000 


145 Treasurer-Collector: 












Personal Services 


86,504 


86,148 


97,373 


94,363 


39,636 


General Expenses 


14,861 


14,861 


19,825 


19,745 


19,745 


Capital Outlay 








2,100 


500 


500 


Tax Liens/Foreclosures 


11,523 


11,523 


6,000 


6,000 


6,000 


Contract Services 


15,770 


15,769 


12,480 


10,650 


10,650 


151 Legal: 












General Expenses 


2,133 


1,954 


1,733 


1,733 


1,733 


Town Counsel 


56,667 


34,532 


56,667 


56,667 


40,000 


Special Counsel 


28,404 


28,404 


40,000 


30,000 


30,000 


152 Personnel Committee: 












General Expenses 


250 


136 


250 


250 


250 


161 Town Clerk: 












Personal Services 


53,547 


53,540 


58,847 


58,417 


36,740 


General Expenses 


1,125 


1,011 


1,950 


1,550 


1,550 


162 Elections & Town Meeting: 












Personal Services 


12,763 


11,949 


16,128 


15,494 


6,403 


General Expenses 


6,725 


6,020 


8,540 


8,015 


8,015 


171 Conservation Commission: 












Personal Services 


17,689 


17,689 


20,746 


27,182 


3,850 


General Expenses 


1,921 


1,921 


2,253 


2,253 


2,253 


175 Planning Board: 












Personal Services 


9,193 


9,158 


11,416 


11,152 





General Expenses 


1,700 


1,642 


1,700 


1,830 


1,830 


Engineering Services 


2,000 





4,000 


4,000 


1,000 


Capital Outlay 








850 


3,000 






41 



Dept. 


Approp. 


Expended 


Approp. 


Requested 


Recomm. 


No. Appropriation Accounts 


Fiscal 1994 


Fiscal 1994 


Fiscal 1995 


Fiscal 1996 


Fiscal 1996 


176 Zoning Board of Appeals: 












Personal Services 











1,000 





General Expenses 


3,310 


2,287 


3,310 


3,310 


3,310 


Capital Outlay 








850 








192 Town Hall: 












Personal Services 


19,777 


19,777 


26,097 


23,772 


23,772 


General Expenses 


27,900 


27,639 


26,300 


26,300 


26,300 


Telephone Expense 


8,464 


8,464 


8,300 


8,400 


8,400 


Capital Outlay 


2,600 


2,600 


10,000 


14,700 


5,200 


194 TownBuUdings 












General Expenses 


700 


685 


600 


600 


600 


195 Town Reports: 












General Expenses 


7,500 


5,719 


7,500 


7,500 


7,500 


197 Parking Clerk: 












General Expenses 


2,200 


1,637 


1,800 


1,800 


1,800 


199 Unclassified: 












General Expenses 


2,575 


2,222 


1,950 


1,850 


1,350 


Audit of Accounts 


9,000 


9,000 


8,100 


8,100 


8,100 


So. Shore Coalition 


2,000 


2,000 


2,000 


2,000 


2,000 


TOTAL GENERAL 












GOVERNMENT 


805,112 


765,289 


872,216 


892,164 


889,851 


PUBLIC SAFETY 






210 Police: 












Personal Services 


791,000 


786,458 


827,893 


827,914 


817,914 


General Expenses 


57,925 


55,190 


59,925 


61,525 


61,525 


Capital Ouday 


29,800 


29,800 


33,986 


57,285 


57,285 


212 Central Dispatch: 












Personal Services 











100,900 


100,900 


General Expenses 











8,000 


8,000 


220 Fire: 












Personal Services 


1,023,646 


978,308 


1,039,605 


947,997 


947,997 


General Expenses 


59,248 


52,743 


54,525 


52,625 


52,625 


Capital Outlay 


15,785 


15,785 


2,500 


49,000 


40,700 


Fire & Police Headquarters 


17,850 


17,837 


18,350 


18,350 


18,350 


Hydrant Services 


109,155 


109,154 


109,155 


109,155 


109,155 


241 Building Inspector: 












Personal Services 


49,327 


49,327 


54,609 


54,905 


41,994 


General Expenses 


8,405 


8,519 


8,405 


8,405 


8,405 


Capital Outlay 








850 








244 Weights & iMeasures: 












Personal Services 


750 


750 


750 


750 


750 


General Expenses 


275 


80 


275 


275 


275 


245 Wire: 












Personal Services 


45,017 


45,575 


46,527 


46,362 


42,294 


General Expenses 


10,340 


10,628 


10,840 


10,840 


10,840 


Capital Outlay 


350 


350 


1,960 


800 


800 


291 Civil Defense: 












Personal Services 


250 


250 


250 


250 


250 


292 Dog Officer: 












Personal Services 


7,924 


7,924 


9,509 


9,795 


9,795 


General Expenses 


3,022 


2,897 


3,040 


3,040 


2,440 


294 Tree, Park & Cemetery: 












Personal Services 


112,158 


112,047 


116,548 


121,581 


121,581 


General Expenses 


24,675 


24,446 


22,995 


25,895 


25,895 


Central Cemetery 


1,475 


1,475 


1,475 


1,475 


1,475 


Capital Outlay 


9,000 


9,000 


14,430 


9,500 


4,900 


Personal Services Trust 


4,660 


4,660 


4,170 


870 


870 



42 



Dept. 


Approp. 


Expended 


Approp. 


Requested 


Recomm. 


No. Appropriation Accounts 


Fiscal 1994 


Fiscal 1994 


Fiscal 1995 


Fiscal 1996 


Fiscal 1996 


295 Harbor: 












Personal Services 


42,565 


38,327 


37.710 


38,270 


38,270 


General Expenses 


7,628 


7,544 


8,500 


7,350 


7,350 


Capital Outlay 


4,700 


4,700 





9,000 





296 SheUfish Constable: 












Personal Services 


500 


500 


500 


500 


500 


General Expenses 


220 




2,374,274 


220 
2,489,502 


220 
2,582,834 


220 


TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY 


2,437,650 


2,533,355 


SCHOOLS 








300 Cohasset Public Schools: 












1100 School Committee 


51,853 


47,138 


76,253 


81,865 


81,865 


1200 Superintendent's Offi( 


;e 113,815 


115,146 


118,239 


122,646 


122,646 


1220 Business Office 


48,440 


52,864 


51,365 


52,533 


52,533 


1230 Student Services 


114,651 


114,714 


112,650 


126,362 


126,362 


2100 Supervision 


39,693 


39,863 


34,439 


43,145 


43,145 


2200 Principals 


396,744 


398,597 


398,011 


404,761 


404,761 


2300 Teaching 


3,552,940 


3,561,499 


3,766,987 


4,001,322 


4,001,322 


2400 Textbooks 


46,156 


36,818 


67,792 


42,787 


42,787 


2500 Library 


178,174 


166,143 


186,987 


188,589 


188,589 


2600 Audio/ Visual 


24,885 


19,235 


58,966 


59,855 


59,855 


2700 Guidance 


208,037 


207,081 


216,841 


228,018 


228,018 


3100 Attendance 


18,730 


19,061 


18,730 








3200 Health 


55,707 


57,329 


57,602 


58,788 


58,788 


3310 Operation of Buses 


87,341 


83,661 


89,908 


106,685 


106,685 


3350 Maintenance of Buses 


29,886 


25,180 


25,000 


25,000 


25,000 


3370 Contracted Carriers 


20,000 


20,019 


18,000 


18,000 


18,000 


3510 Athletics 


102,260 


102,124 


126,832 


139,874 


119,874 


3520 Student Activities 


14,194 


11,584 


14,252 


14,696 


14,696 


4110 Custodial 


332,390 


340,277 


308,603 


329,053 


329,053 


4120 Heat 


55,000 


53,386 


63,000 


60,000 


60,000 


4130 UtUities 


125,000 


128,356 


123,750 


125,300 


125,300 


4210 Maintenance/Grounds 


10,000 


7,937 


10,000 


10,000 


10,000 


4220 Maintenance/Buildings 


107,600 


107,885 


103,329 


104,932 


104,932 


4230 Equip. /Maint./Repair 


17,874 


16,205 


21,997 


22,635 


22,635 


5200 Fixed Expenditures 


2,800 


3,711 


2,200 


2,200 


2,200 


7300 Acquisition/Equipment 62,935 


43,734 


62,080 


95,813 


95,813 


7400 Replacement/Equipme 


nt 17,022 


12,740 


21,956 


28,051 


28,051 


9300 Other Than Public 


301,709 


327,901 


320,315 


334,008 


334,008 


TOTAL LOCAL SCHOOL 


6,135,836 


6,120,188 


6,476,084 


6,826,918 


6,806,918 


301 Vocational Assessment 


7,459 


7,459 


18,494 


25,786 


25,786 


TOTAL SCHOOLS 


6,143,295 


6,127,647 


6,494,578 


6,852,704 


6,832,704 


HIGHWAY 












422 Highway: 












Personal Services 


160,804 


160,591 


168,738 


169,870 


169,870 


General Expenses 


64,575 


64,566 


62,175 


62,675 


62,675 


Garage Expenses 


3,850 


3,850 


3,250 


3,250 


3,250 


Salt Shed 


400 


400 











423 Snow Removal 












General Expenses 


154,000 


154,000 


45,000 


45,000 


45,000 


424 Street Lighting 












General Expenses 


52,000 


51,250 


52,000 


52,000 


52,000 


TOTAL HIGHWAYS 


435,629 


434,657 


331,163 


332,795 


332,795 



43 



Dept. 


Approp. 


Expended 


Approp. 


Requested 


Recomm. 


No. Appropriation Accounts 


Fiscal 1994 


Fiscal 1994 


Fiscal 1995 


Fiscal 1996 


Fiscal 1996 


HEALTH & SANITATION 












433 Transfer Station: 












Personal Services 


77,029 


77,029 


74,976 


69,301 


64,229 


General Expenses 


255,820 


255,146 


42,799 


29,097 


26,797 


HauHng & Tipping 








200,446 


238,568 


238,568 


Capital Outlay 








2,625 


6,200 





440 Sewer: 












Personal Services 


3,660 


3,660 


4,436 


3,348 





General Expenses 


154,717 


153,998 


159,170 


163,230 


163,230 


Capital Outlay 


4,773 


4,770 











Penalty Reserve 











20,000 


10,000 


510 Board of Health: 












Personal Services 


72,127 


72,067 


77,206 


76,731 


45,431 


General Expenses 


30,000 


27,074 


10,621 


16,853 


15,379 


Engineering 








20,000 


35,000 


35,000 


Capital Outlay 








2,800 


2,995 





TOTAL HEALTH & 












SANITATION 


598,126 


593,744 


595,079 


661,323 


598,634 


HUMAN SERVICES 










522 Social Service League 












General Expenses 


32,537 


32,537 


35,769 


36,887 


36,887 


541 Council on Aging: 












Personal Services 


40,385 


39,255 


43,309 


43,702 


43,702 


General Expenses 


6,150 


6,105 


7,050 


7,325 


7,725 


Senior Center 


4,000 


4,000 


4,040 


4,084 


4,084 


Handicap Van 


2,500 


2,500 


1,500 


1,500 


1,500 


543 Veterans' Services: 












Personal Services 


1,600 


1,600 


1,600 


1,600 


1,600 


General Expenses 


5,200 


3,667 


5,200 


5,200 


5,200 


599 Commission Disabilities : 












General Expenses 


125 


125 


125 


125 


125 


TOTAL HUMAN 












SERVICES 


92,497 


89,789 


98,593 


100,423 


100,823 


CULTURE & RECREATION 








610 Library: 












Personal Services 


196,328 


194,597 


206,005 


207,521 


207,145 


General Expenses 


51,939 


51,939 


53,229 


53,229 


53,229 


Capital Outlay 


6,000 


6,000 





4,400 


4,400 


630 Recreation: 












Personal Services 


65,177 


65,177 


66,495 


66,348 


66,348 


General Expenses 


4,040 


4,040 


4,040 


4,040 


4,040 


670 Town Archivist: 












Personal Services 


500 


500 


500 


500 


500 


690 Common Historical District 












General Expenses 


200 





200 


200 


200 


691 Historical Commission: 












General Expenses 


100 


99 


100 


100 


100 


692 Celebrations: 












General Expenses 


1,700 


1,700 


1,700 


1,700 


1,700 


TOTAL CULTURE & 












RECREATION 


325,984 


324,052 


332,269 


338,038 


337,662 



44 



Dept. Approp. Expended Approp. Requested Recomm. 

No. Appropriation Accounts Fiscal 1994 Fiscal 1994 Fiscal 1995 Fiscal 1996 Fiscal 1996 



DEBT SERVICE 












710 Principal: 












General Expenses 


343,800 


322,914 


373,800 


389,800 


389,800 


751 Long Term Interest: 












General Expenses 


115,298 


127,849 


125,259 


100,152 


100,152 


752 Short Term Interest: 












General Expenses 


45,000 


14,222 


45,000 


83,000 


83,000 


TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 


504,098 


474,985 


544,059 


572,952 


572,952 


BENEFITS & INSURANCE 






911 Pensions: 












Norfolk County 


530,179 


519,811 


519,811 


537,280 


537,280 


Non-Contributory 


3,320 


3,317 


3,320 


3,320 


3,320 


912 Workers' Compensation: 












General Expenses 


110,000 


85,574 


100,000 


110,000 


100,000 


913 Unemployment: 












General Expenses 


5,000 


2,116 


5,000 


5,000 


5,000 


914 Health Insurance: 












General Expenses 


864,424 


757,590 


858,412 


786,425 


786,425 


915 Life Insurance: 












General Expenses 


6,108 


8,960 


6,871 


7,100 


7,100 


916 Medicare Tax 












General Expenses 


71,000 


43,989 


50,000 


55,000 


55,000 


917 Property & Liability Insurance 










General Expenses 


149,000 


140,026 


146,000 


141,000 


141,000 


TOTAL BENEFITS & 












INSURANCE 


1,739,031 


1,561,383 


1,689,414 


1,645,125 


1,635,125 


OTHER EXPENSES 






Overlay: 












Reserve for Abatements 


181,694 


110,299 


170,000 


225,000 


225,000 


State Aid (Offsets) 












Racial Imbalance 


144,318 


144,318 


147,926 


147,926 


144,318 


School Lunch 


3,742 


3,742 


3,836 


3,836 


4,007 


Public Libraries 


4,922 


4,922 


5,045 


5,045 


7,514 


State Assessment: 












County Tax 


63,889 


63,889 


65,486 


67,123 


67,123 


Motor Vehicle Bills 


1,934 


1,934 


1,982 


4,183 


4,183 


Retired Teachers Insurance 


157,875 


157,875 


161,822 


204,884 


204,884 


Mosquito Control 


13,301 


13,301 


13,634 


14,037 


14,037 


Air Pollution Control 


2,157 


2,157 


2,211 


2,290 


2,290 


Metro Area Planning 


1,504 


1,504 


1,542 


1,638 


1,638 


MBTA 


149,706 


149,706 


153,449 


156,910 


156,910 


TOTAL OTHER 












EXPENSES 


725,042 


653,647 


726,933 


832,872 


831,904 


TOTAL OPERATING 






BUDGET 


13,806,464 


13,399,467 


14,173,806 


14,811,230 


14,665,805 



45 



Dept. 


Approp. 


Expended 


Approp. 


Requested 


Recomm. 


No. Appropriation Accounts 


Fiscal 1994 


Fiscal 1994 


Fiscal 1995 


Fiscal 1996 


Fiscal 1996 


General Government 


805,112 


765,289 


872,216 


892,164 


889,851 


Public Safety- 


2,437,650 


2,374,274 


2,489,502 


2,582,834 


2,533,355 


Education 


6,143,295 


6,127,847 


6,494,578 


6,852,704 


6,832,704 


Highways & Streets 


435,629 


434,657 


331,163 


332,795 


332,795 


Sanitation 


598,126 


593,744 


595,079 


661,323 


598,634 


Human Services 


92,497 


89,789 


98,593 


100,423 


100,823 


Culture & Recreation 


325,984 


324,052 


332,269 


338,038 


337,662 


Debt Service 


504.098 


474,985 


544,059 


572,952 


572,952 


Benefits & Insurance 


1,739,031 


1,561,383 


1,689,414 


1,645,125 


1,635,125 


Other 


725,042 


653,647 


726,933 


832,872 


831,904 


TOTAL OPERATING 












BUDGET 


13,806,464 


13,399,467 


14,173,806 


14,811,230 


14,665,805 



APPENDIX B 
CAPITAL OUTLAY ALLOTMENTS 

Other than Schools 

NOTE: The term Capital Outlay covers an expenditure of $200.00 or 
more for equipment or of $500.00 or more for the reconstruction or estabUsh- 
ment of a physical betterment, the useful life of which is expected to exceed 
two years. Separate line appropriations are shown for these items since they 
represent special and specific allotments and are indended to be expended solely 
for the purposes indicated. 



Treasurer/Collector 
Office Furniture 

Town Hall: 

Building Maintenance 
Elevator Telephone 

Police: 

Three Cruisers 

Fire: 

Radio Equipment 
New Vehicle 
Exhaust Removal 
Ventilation Saw 



July 1,1995- 
June 30, 1996 



4,000.00 
1,200.00 



9,500.00 

25,500.00 

4,200.00 

1,500.00 



500.00 

5,200.00 
57,285.00 

40,700.00 



46 



Tree & Park: 

Rototiller 2,400.00 

Refurbish Truck 2,500.00 4,900.00 



Harbormaster: 

Floats 

Library: 

Building Improvements 4,400.00 

Totals $112,985.00 

Mr. Fitzsimmons stated that he wanted to amend Article 3. After discus- 
sion, he withdrew his request. 

Amendment offered by Robert Silvia. 

Article 3 to be amended as follows: 

Department 220. Fire Department Personal Services be amended from 
$947,987 Dollars and no cents to $1,042,647 Dollars and no cents. The Total 
Public Safety Budget be amended from $2,533,355 Dollars and no cents to 
$2,628,005 Dollars and no cents. The total operating budget shall be amended 
from $14,665,805 to $14,760,455 Dollars and no cents. This money shall be 
used for the purpose of hiring three Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technicians 
at the Fire Department. 

The amendment offered by Robert Silvia is defeated. 

Main motion is adopted. 

Resolution offered by Jane Goedecke. 

WHEREAS, Rocco F. Laugelle served the Town of Cohasset as a member 
of the Water Commission for twelve years; and 

WHEREAS, Rocco F. Laugelle served as a member of the Board of Select- 
men for fifteen years, two years as Chairman; and 

WHEREAS, he served in these capacities and as the Town's representative 
to the Norfolk County Advisory Board with dedication and energy; and 

WHEREAS, Rocky exhibited a fierce loyalty to the Town of Cohasset a 
common sense approach to problem solving, a unique style, sense of humor, and 
an appreciation for the problems of the ordinary citizen and rank and file town 
employee ; 

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the citizens here assembled 
extend their best wishes and thanks to Rocco F. Laugelle for his many years of 
able service to the Town and wish him the best of health and happiness in his 
future endeavors, this twenty fifth day of March 1995. 

Resolution is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 4. To hear and act upon the report and recommendations of 
the Personnel Committee, and to see if the Town will vote to amend its Person- 
nel Classification Bylaw Schedule by adopting or amending as heretofore 
adopted and to raise and appropriate a sum of money necessary to pay the in- 
creases in compensation according to any amendments to the Personnel Classifi- 
cation Bylaw Schedule for the ensuing fiscal year. 

SALARY RATE & SCHEDULES - FISCAL 1996 
47 



SALARY & RATE SCHEDULES - FISCAL 1996 

SCHEDULE 1 

COMPENSATION PLAN STEP RATES 



PAY 


















GRADE 




Min 


1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


5th 


6th 


A 


Hourly 


7.04 


7.45 


7.87 


8.30 


8.72 


9.14 


9.58 




35 Hrs. 


246.55 


260.66 


275.51 


290.36 


305.21 


320.07 


335.29 




40 Hrs. 


281.77 


297.89 


314.87 


331.84 


348.82 


365.79 


383.19 


B 


Hourly 


7.60 


8.04 


8.51 


8.96 


9.43 


9.86 


10.32 




34 Hrs. 


265.86 


281.45 


297.79 


313.75 


330.09 


344.94 


361.28 




40 Hrs. 


303.83 


321.66 


340.3 


358.58 


377.25 


294.22 


412.89 


C 


Hourly 


8.20 


8.71 


9.18 


9.66 


10.14 


10.65 


11.17 




35 Hrs. 


287.02 


304.84 


321.18 


338.26 


354.97 


372.79 


390.99 




40 Hrs. 


328.02 


348.39 


367.06 


386.58 


405.68 


426.05 


446.84 


D 


Hourly 


8.87 


9.39 


9.94 


10.45 


10.99 


11.53 


12.06 




35 Hrs. 


310.41 


328.61 


347.91 


365.74 


384.67 


403.61 


422.18 




40 Hrs. 


354.76 


375.55 


397.62 


417.98 


439.63 


461.27 


482.49 


E 


Hourly 


9.58 


10.13 


10.73 


11.28 


11.86 


12.44 


13.03 




35 Hrs. 


335.29 


354.60 


375.39 


394.70 


415.12 


435.54 


455.96 




40 Hrs. 


383.19 


405.25 


429.02 


451.08 


474.42 


497.76 


521.10 


F 


Hourly 


10.33 


10.94 


11.57 


12.18 


12.77 


13.43 


14.06 




35 Hrs. 


361.65 


382.81 


405.09 


426.26 


447.05 


470.07 


491.98 




40 Hrs. 


413.32 


437.50 


462.96 


487.15 


510.92 


537.23 


562.26 


G 


Hourly 


11.16 


11.83 


12.48 


13.17 


13.83 


14.50 


15.15 




35 Hrs. 


390.61 


414.01 


436.66 


460.79 


484.18 


507.58 


530.23 




40 Hrs. 


446.42 


473.15 


499.04 


526.62 


553.35 


580.09 


605.97 


H 


Hourly 


12.04 


12.76 


13.48 


14.22 


14.96 


15.66 


16.38 




35 Hrs. 


421.43 


446.68 


471.93 


497.55 


523.54 


548.05 


573.30 




40 Hrs. 


481.64 


510.49 


539.35 


568.63 


598.33 


626.34 


655.20 


I 


Hourly 


13.00 


13.79 


14.56 


15.35 


16.13 


16.91 


17.70 




35 Hrs. 


454.85 


482.70 


509.43 


537.28 


564.39 


591.86 


619.34 




40 Hrs. 


519.83 


551.66 


582.21 


614.03 


645.01 


676.41 


707.82 


J 


Hourly 


14.05 


14.88 


15.71 


16.56 


17.39 


18.28 


19.13 




35 Hrs. 


491.61 


520.94 


549.90 


579.61 


608.57 


639.76 


669.47 




40 Hrs. 


561.84 


595.36 


628.46 


662.41 


695.51 


731.16 


765.10 


K 


Hourly 


15.16 


16.08 


16.97 


17.92 


18.81 


19.72 


20.64 




35 Hrs. 


530.60 


562.90 


594.09 


627.14 


658.33 


690.26 


722.56 




40 Hrs. 


606.40 


643.31 


678.96 


716.73 


752.37 


788.87 


825.79 


L 


Hourly 


16.36 


17.38 


18.37 


19.36 


20.35 


21.32 


22.29 




35 Hrs. 


573.67 


608.20 


643.10 


677.63 


712.17 


746.33 


780.11 




40 Hrs. 


655.62 


695.09 


734.97 


774.44 


813.90 


852.94 


891.56 


M 


Hourly 


17.70 


18.78 


19.81 


20.88 


21.95 


23.02 


24.09 




35 Hrs. 


619.34 


657.21 


693.23 


730.73 


768.23 


805.73 


843.23 




40 Hrs. 


707.82 


751.10 


792.26 


835.12 


877.98 


920.84 


963.70 


N 


Hourly 


19.11 


20.25 


21.40 


22.55 


23.68 


24.85 


26.00 




35 Hrs. 


668.72 


708.82 


748.92 


789.40 


828.76 


869.60 


910.07 




40 Hrs. 


764.25 


810.08 


855.91 


902.17 


947.15 


993.83 


1040.08 





Hourly 


20.64 


21.89 


23.12 


24.38 


25.63 


26.86 


28.09 




35 Hrs. 


722.56 


766.00 


809.08 


853.26 


897.08 


940.15 


983.22 




40 Hrs. 


825.79 


875.43 


924.66 


975.16 


1025.23 


1074.45 


1123.68 



48 



SALARY & RATE SCHEDULES - FISCAL 1996 
LIST OF DEPARTMENTS 





Pay 


Positions 






Department 


Group 


Authorized 


Schedule 


Hours 


Town Accountant 


Contract 


1 






Assistant Town Accountant 


E 


1 


7 


35 


Accounts Clerk 


D 


1 


7 


20 


Board of Assessors 










Assistant Assessor/Appraiser 


L 


1 


1 


40 


Administrative Assistant 


F 


1 


7 


35 


Clerk 


B 


1 


7 


15 


Building Inspector/Zoning Officer 


K 


1 


1 


40 


Clerk 


D 


1 


7 


21 


Conservation Commission 










Agent 


J 


1 


1 


20 


Secretary 


E 


1 


7 


35 


Council on Aging 










Director 


J 


1 


1 


35 


Outreach Worker 


D 


1 


1 


18 


Elections 










Clerk 


B 


1 


7 


20 


Fire Department 










Fire Chief 


Contract 


1 






Captain 


FS-11 


4 


5 


42 


Private 


FS-09 


17 


5 


42 


Ambulance Billing Administrator E 


1 


7 


15 


Harbormaster 


I 


1 


1 


40 


Health, Board of 










Health Agent 


L 


1 


1 


40 


Administrative Secretary 


F 


1 


7 


40 


Heavy Equipment Operator 


F 


1 


1 


40 


Recycling/Transfer Facility Manager I 


1 


1 


40 


Recycling Monitor 


B 





1 




Highway Department 










Working Foreman 


H 


1 


1 


40 


Heavy Equipment Operator 


F 


2 


1 


40 


Truck Driver/Utility Worker 


D 


2 


1 


40 


Library 










Chief Librarian 


M 


1 


1 


40 


Staff Librarian 


I 


1 


6 


35 


Staff Librarian 


I 


1 


6 


31 


Library Assistant 


G 


1 


6 


33 


Senior Clerk 


D 


2 


6 


35 


Custodian 


D 


1 


6 


17 


Planning 










Secretary 


E 


1 


7 


20 



49 



Police Department 




Police Chief 


Contract 


Sergeant 


PS-II 


Patrolman 


PS-09 


Clerk 


D 


Recreation 




Director 


J 


Selectmen, Board of 




Executive Secretary 


Contract 


Administrative Secretary 


F 


Secretary/Receptionist 


D 


Sewer 




Superintendent 


J 


Secretary 


E 


Utility Worker 


C 


Operator 


F 


Town Clerk 




Assistant Town Clerk 


E 


Town Hall 




Custodian 


D 


Treasurer/Collector 




Assistant Collector 


F 


Assistant Treasurer 


F 


Tree & Park 




Superintendent 


J 


Tree Climber 


F 


Skilled Utility Worker 


D 


Skilled Utility Worker-Cemetery 


D 


Water Department 




Superintendent 


N 


Supervisor 


K 


Plant Foreman 


H 


Heavy Equipment Operator-Meter 


Inspector 


G 


Secretary 


E 


Clerk 


B 


Plant Operator/Lab Director 


F 


Plant Operator 


E 


Service Operator 


E 


Wire Department 




Superintendent 


K 


Electrician/Inspector 


H 



1 

4 

13 

1 



4 


37.5 


4 


37.5 


7 


25 



40 



40 

35 



7 


35 


7 


35 


7 


35 


7 


35 


1 


40 


1 


40 


1 


40 


1 


40 


1 


40 


1 


40 


1 


40 


1 


40 


7 


35 


7 


20 


1 


40 


1 


40 


1 


40 


1 


40 


1 





Note: The hours listed for these positions do not reflect any proposed changes 
in the FY96 budget. 



50 



ANNUAL 

SCHEDULE 2 - PART-TIME POSITIONS 

Veterans' Agent $1,600 

Member, Board of Registrars 326 

Sealer of Weights & Measurer 750 

Director of Civil Defense 250 

Shellfish Constable 500 

Dog Officer 9,795 

HOURLY 

Cemeteries 5.50 

Assistant Harbormaster 6.50 

Harbor Night Patrol 5.50 

Casual Labor 

Step 1 5.50 

Step 2 5.80 

Step Maximum 6.10 

Skilled Casual Labor 7.00 

Election Officers 5.00 

Election Clerk 5.50 

Election Warden 6.00 

Summer Patrolman 8.00 

PoUce Matron 

Step 1 6.70 

Step 2 7.10 

Step Maximum 7.50 

Deputy Building Inspector Group H-1 

Recreation Clerk 

Step 1 4.25 

Step 2 4.75 

Step Maximum 5.25 

Library Pages 

Step 1 4.25 

Step 2 4.75 

Step Maximum 5.25 

Recording Secretary-Selectmen 7.50 

SCHEDULE 3 - PART-TIME POSITIONS 

Constable - Per Notice 20.00 

SCHEDULE 4 - INFORMATIONAL ONLY 

PoUce Department (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 

SCHEDULE 5 - INFORMATIONAL ONLY 

Fire Department — (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 

SCHEDULE 6 - INFORMATIONAL ONLY 

Library — (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 

SCHEDULE 7 - INFORMATIONAL ONLY 

Municipal Clerical and Custodial — (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 

Exempt Positions — (Per Fair Labor Standards Act) 

Assistant Assessor/Appraiser Librarian-Chief 

Building Inspector Police Chief 

51 



Council on Aging Director Recreation Director 

Executive Secretary Town Accountant 

Fire Chief Water Superintendent 

Harbormaster Water Supervisor 
Health Agent 



COST OF AMENDMENTS TO PERSONNEL COMMITTEE BY-LAW 
IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 4 

Department Personal Services Increase 

$1,161.00 

980.00 
2,974.00 

754.00 
1,049.00 
1,049.00 
2,921.00 

170.00 
1,469.00 
1,132.00 
1,094.00 
1,233.00 

972.00 



122 


Selectmen's Office 


144 


Assessors 


294 


Tree, Park & Cemetery 


295 


Harbor 


241 


Building Inspector's Office 


245 


Wire Department 


422 


Highway 


423 


Snow Removal 


433 


Landfill 


510 


Board of Health 


541 


Council on Aging 


610 


Library 


630 


Recreation 




Grand Total 



16,958.00 



MOVED: That the report and recommendations of the Personnel Com- 
mittee with respect to amending the Personnel Classification Bylaw Schedule be 
adopted; and any positions existing prior hereto not referred to in the schedule 
shall continue to be compensated at the rate set forth in the 1994 salary and rate 
schedule incorporated in Article 4 of the Warrant for the 1995 Annual Town 
Meeting and to meet the pay increases set forth in the amended schedule for the 
ensuing fiscal year, the sum of Sixteen Thousand, Nine Hundred Fifty-eight and 
no/100 ($16,958.00) Dollars be appropriated to be credited to the personal 
services and expense appropriation accounts set forth in accordance with the 
attached schedule; and to meet the appropriation, the sum of Sixteen Thousand, 
Nine Hundred Fifty-eight and no/100 ($16,958.00) Dollars be raised and appro- 
priated from taxation. 



52 



SALARY & RATE SCHEDULES - FISCAL 1996 

SCHEDULE 1 

COMPENSATION PLAN STEP RATES 



PAY 


















GRADE 




Min 


1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


5th 


6th 


A 


Hourly 


7.04 


7.45 


7.87 


8.30 


8.72 


9.14 


9.58 




35 Hrs. 


246.55 


260.66 


275.51 


290.36 


305.21 


320.07 


335.29 




40 Hrs. 


281.77 


297.89 


314.87 


331.84 


348.82 


365.79 


383.19 


B 


Hourly 


7.60 


8.04 


8.51 


8.96 


9.43 


9.86 


10.32 




34 Hrs. 


265.86 


281.45 


297.79 


313.75 


330.09 


344.94 


361.28 




40 Hrs. 


303.83 


321.66 


340.3 


358.58 


377.25 


294.22 


412.89 


C 


Hourly 


8.20 


8.71 


9.18 


9.66 


10.14 


10.65 


11.17 




35 Hrs. 


287.02 


304.84 


321.18 


338.26 


354.97 


372.79 


390.99 




40 Hrs. 


328.02 


348.39 


367.06 


386.58 


405.68 


426.05 


446.84 


D 


Hourly 


8.87 


9.39 


9.94 


10.45 


10.99 


11.53 


12.06 




35 Hrs. 


310.41 


328.61 


347.91 


365.74 


384.67 


403.61 


422.18 




40 Hrs. 


354.76 


375.55 


397.62 


417.98 


439.63 


461.27 


482.49 


E 


Hourly 


9.58 


10.13 


10.73 


11.28 


11.86 


12.44 


13.03 




35 Hrs. 


335.29 


354.60 


375.39 


394.70 


415.12 


435.54 


455.96 




40 Hrs. 


383.19 


405.25 


429.02 


451.08 


474.42 


497.76 


521.10 


F 


Hourly 


10.33 


10.94 


11.57 


12.18 


12.77 


13.43 


14.06 




35 Hrs. 


361.65 


382.81 


405.09 


426.26 


447.05 


470.07 


491.98 




40 Hrs. 


413.32 


437.50 


462.96 


487.15 


510.92 


537.23 


562.26 


G 


Hourly 


11.16 


11.83 


12.48 


13.17 


13.83 


14.50 


15.15 




35 Hrs. 


390.61 


414.01 


436.66 


460.79 


484.18 


507.58 


530.23 




40 Hrs. 


446.42 


473.15 


499.04 


526.62 


553.35 


580.09 


605.97 


H 


Hourly 


12.04 


12.76 


13.48 


14.22 


14.96 


15.66 


16.38 




35 Hrs. 


421.43 


446.68 


471.93 


497.55 


523.54 


548.05 


573.30 




40 Hrs. 


481.64 


510.49 


539.35 


568.63 


598.33 


626.34 


655.20 


I 


Hourly 


13.00 


13.79 


14.56 


15.35 


16.13 


16.91 


17.70 




35 Hrs. 


454.85 


482.70 


509.43 


537.28 


564.39 


591.86 


619.34 




40 Hrs. 


519.83 


551.66 


582.21 


614.03 


645.01 


676.41 


707.82 


J 


Hourly 


14.05 


14.88 


15.71 


16.56 


17.39 


18.28 


19.13 




35 Hrs. 


491.61 


520.94 


549.90 


579.61 


608.57 


639.76 


669.47 




40 Hrs. 


561.84 


595.36 


628.46 


662.41 


695.51 


731.16 


765.10 


K 


Hourly 


15.16 


16.08 


16.97 


17.92 


18.81 


19.72 


20.64 




35 Hrs. 


530.60 


562.90 


594.09 


627.14 


658.33 


690.26 


722.56 




40 Hrs. 


606.40 


643.31 


678.96 


716.73 


752.37 


788.87 


825.79 


L 


Hourly 


16.36 


17.38 


18.37 


19.36 


20.35 


21.32 


22.29 




35 Hrs. 


573.67 


608.20 


643.10 


677.63 


712.17 


746.33 


780.11 




40 Hrs. 


655.62 


695.09 


734.97 


774.44 


813.90 


852.94 


891.56 


M 


Hourly 


17.70 


18.78 


19.81 


20.88 


21.95 


23.02 


24.09 




35 Hrs. 


619.34 


657.21 


693.23 


730.73 


768.23 


805.73 


843.23 




40 Hrs. 


707.82 


751.10 


792.26 


835.12 


877.98 


920.84 


963.70 


N 


Hourly 


19.11 


20.25 


21.40 


22.55 


23.68 


24.85 


26.00 




35 Hrs. 


668.72 


708.82 


748.92 


789.40 


828.76 


869.60 


910.07 




40 Hrs. 


764.25 


810.08 


855.91 


902.17 


947.15 


993.83 


1040.08 





Hourly 


20.64 


21.89 


23.12 


24.38 


25.63 


26.86 


28.09 




35 Hrs. 


722.56 


766.00 


809.08 


853.26 


897.08 


940.15 


983.22 




40 Hrs. 


825.79 


875.43 


924.66 


975.16 


1025.23 


1074.45 


1123.68 



53 



SALARY & RATE SCHEDULES - FISCAL 1996 
LIST OF DEPARTMENTS 





Pay 


Positions 






Department 


Group 


Authorized 


Schedule 


Hours, 


Town Accountant 


Contract 


1 






Assistant Town Accountant 


E 


1 


7 


35 


Accounts Clerk 


D 


1 


7 


20 


Board of Assessors 










Assistant Assessor/Appraiser 


L 


1 


1 


40 


Administrative Assistant 


F 


1 


7 


35 


Clerk 


B 


1 


7 


15 


Building Inspector/Zoning Officer 


K 


1 


1 


40 


Clerk 


D 


1 


7 


21 


Conservation Commission 










Agent 


J 


1 


1 


20 


Secretary 


E 


1 


7 


35 


Council on Aging 










Director 


J 


1 


1 


35 


Outreach Worker 


D 


1 


1 


18 


Elections 










Clerk 


B 


1 


7 


20 


Fire Department 










Fire Chief 


Contract 


1 




1 


Captain 


FS-11 


4 


5 


42 


Private 


FS-09 


17 


5 


42 


Ambulance Billing Administrator E 


1 


7 


15 


Harbormaster 


I 


1 


1 


40 


Health, Board of 










Health Agent 


L 


1 


1 


40 


Administrative Secretary 


F 


1 


7 


40 


Heavy Equipment Operator 


F 


1 


1 


40 


Recycling/Transfer Facility Manager I 


1 


1 


40 


Recycling Monitor 


B 





1 




Highway Department 










Working Foreman 


H 


1 


1 


40 


Heavy Equipment Operator 


F 


2 


1 


40 


Truck Driver /Utility Worker 


D 


2 


1 


40 


Library 










Chief Librarian 


M 


1 


1 


40 


Staff Librarian 


I 


1 


6 


35 


Staff Librarian 


I 


1 


6 


31 


Library Assistant 


G 


1 


6 


33 


Senior Clerk 


D 


2 


6 


35 


Custodian 


D 


1 


6 


17 


Planning 










Secretary 


E 


1 


7 


20 



54 



Police Department 




Police Chief 


Contract 


Sergeant 


PSTI 


Patrolman 


PS-09 


Clerk 


D 


Recreation 




Director 


J 


Selectmen, Board of 




Executive Secretary 


Contract 


Administrative Secretary 


F 


Secretary /Receptionist 


D 


Sewer 




Superintendent 


J 


Secretary 


E 


Utility Worker 


C 


Operator 


F 


Town Clerk 




Assistant Town Clerk 


E 


Town Hall 




Custodian 


D 


Treasurer/Collector 




Assistant Collector 


F 


Assistant Treasurer 


F 


Tree & Park 




Superintendent 


J 


Tree Climber 


F 


Skilled Utility Worker 


D 


Skilled Utility Worker-Cemetery 


D 


Water Department 




Superintendent 


N 


Supervisor 


K 


Plant Foreman 


H 


Heavy Equipment Operator-Meter 


Inspector 


G 


Secretary 


E 


Clerk 


B 


Plant Operator/Lab Director 


F 


Plant Operator 


E 


Service Operator 


E 


Wire Department 




Superintendent 


K 


Electrician/Inspector 


H 



1 

4 
13 

1 



37.5 

37.5 

25 

40 



40 

35 



Note: The hours listed for these positions do not reflect any proposed changes 
in the FY96 budget. 



7 


35 


7 


35 


7 


35 


7 


35 


1 


40 


1 


40 


1 


40 


1 


40 


1 


40 


1 


40 


1 


40 


1 


40 


7 


35 


7 


20 


1 


40 


1 


40 


1 


40 


1 


40 


1 





55 



ANNUAL 
SCHEDULE 2 - PART-TIME POSITIONS 



Veterans' Agent 




$1,600 


Member, Board of Registrars 




326 


Sealer of Weights & Measurer 




750 


Director of Civil Defense 




250 


Shellfish Constable 




500 


Dog Officer 


HOURLY 


9,795 


Cemeteries 




5.50 


Assistant Harbormaster 




6.50 


Harbor Night Patrol 




5.50 


Casual Labor 






Stepl 




5.50 


Step 2 




5.80 


Step Maximum 




6.10 


Skilled Casual Labor 




7.00 


Election Officers 




5.00 


Election Clerk 




5.50 


Election Warden 




6.00 


Summer Patrolman 




8.00 


PoHce Matron 






Step 1 




6.70 


Step 2 




7.10 


Step Maximum 




7.50 


Deputy Building Inspector 




Group H-1 


Recreation Clerk 






Step 1 




4.25 


Step 2 




4.75 


Step Maximum 




5.25 


Library Pages 






Stepl 




4.25 


Step 2 




4.75 


Step Maximum 




5.25 


Recording Secretary-Selectmen 




7.50 


SCHEDULE 3 - PART-TIME POSITIONS 




Constable - Per Notice 


V 


20.00 


SCHEDULE 4 - INFORMATIONAL ONLY 




PoHce Department (Per Collective 


Bargaining Agreement) 




SCHEDULE 5 - INFORMATIONAL ONLY 




Fire Department - (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 




SCHEDULE 6 - INFORMATIONAL ONLY 




Library - (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 




SCHEDULE 7 - INFORMATIONAL ONLY 




Municipal Clerical and Custodial - 


- (Per Collective Bargaining 


Agreement) 


Exempt Positions - (Per Fair Labor Standards Act) 




Assistant Assessor/Appraiser 


Librarian-Chief 




Building Inspector 


Police Chief 





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Council on Aging Director 
Executive Secretary 
Fire Chief 
Harbormaster 
Health Agent 



Recreation Director 
Town Accountant 
Water Superintendent 
Water Supervisor 



COST OF AMENDMENTS TO PERSONNEL COMMITTEE BY-LAW 



IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 4 



Department 


Personal Services Perso 


122 


Selectmen's Office 


144 


Assessors 


294 


Tree, Park & Cemetery 


295 


Harbor 


241 


Building Inspector's Office 


245 


Wire Department 


422 


Highway 


423 


Snow Removal 


433 


Landfill 


510 


Board of Health 


541 


Council on Aging 


610 


Library 


630 


Recreation 




Grand Total 



Increase 



$1,161.00 

980.00 
2,974.00 

754.00 
1,049.00 
1,049.00 
2,921.00 

170.00 
1,469.00 
1,132.00 
1,094.00 
1,233.00 

972.00 

16,958.00 



Motion is adopted unanimously. 



ARTICLE 5. To hear and act upon the report and recommendations of 
the Selectmen with respect to the salaries of Elected Town Officials and to see if 
the Town will vote to accept the recommendations by adopting or amending and 
adopting the Schedule heretofore accepted and adopted and to raise the appro- 
priate sum of money necessary to pay for the increases in the salaries of the 
Treasurer/Collector, the Town Clerk, and Highway Surveyor, for the ensuing 
fiscal year. 



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SALARY SCHEDULE ELECTED OFFICIALS 

(for information only — not subject to compensation plan) 

Annual Rates 
Job Title Fiscal 1996 

Town Clerk $37,657.00 

Clerk, Board of Registrars 329.00 

Treasurer/Collector 40,627.00 

Highway Surveyor 40,627.00 

Moderator 1.00 
Board of Selectmen 

Chairman 1,500.00 

Members (4) at $ 1 ,000.00 4,000.00 
Board of Assessors 

Chairman 1,300.00 

Members (2) at $1 ,200.00 2,400.00 

$128,441.00 



SCHEDULE 2 
COSTS OF INCREASE IN ANNUAL RATES OF ELECTED OFFICIALS 

Department Elected Officials-Personal Services 

161 Town Clerk 919.00 

145 Treasurer/Collector Salary 99 1 .00 

422 Highway Surveyor 991.00 

$2,901.00 



MOVED: That the report and recommendations of the Board of Select- 
men with respect to increases in salaries for the Treasurer/Collector, Town Clerk 
and Highway Surveyor be and hereby are accepted, and to meet the increases, 
the sum of Two Thousand, Nine Hundred One and no/ 100 ($2,901.00) Dollars 
be and hereby is appropriated to pay for the increases of salaries set forth in the 
schedule entitled "Schedule 2 Costs of Increase in Annual Rates of Elected 
Officials" filed herewith and incorporated by reference, and the amount so 
appropriated is to be credited to the Salary Appropriation Account in accor- 
dance with the Schedule; and to meet the appropriation, the sum of Two 
Thousand, Nine Hundred One and no/100 ($2,901.00) Dollars be raised and 
appropriated from taxation. 



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SALARY SCHEDULE ELECTED OFFICIALS 

(for information only — not subject to compensation plan) 

Annual Rates 
Job Title Fiscal 1996 

Town Clerk $37,657.00 

Clerk, Board of Registrars 329.00 

Treasurer/Collector 40,627.00 

Highway Surveyor 40,627.00 

Moderator 1.00 
Board of Selectmen 

Chairman 1,500.00 

Members (4) at $1,000.00 4,000.00 
Board of Assessors 

Chairman 1,300.00 

Members (2) at S 1 ,200.00 2,400.00 

$128,441.00 



SCHEDULE 2 
COSTS OF INCREASE IN ANNUAL RATES OF ELECTED OFFICIALS 

Department Elected Officials-Personal Services 

161 Town Clerk 919.00 

145 Treasurer/Collector Salary 99 1 .00 

422 Highway Surveyor 991.00 

$2,901.00 



Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 6. To see if the Town will vote to assume liability in the man- 
ner provided in Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 91, Section 29 for all 
damages that may be incurred by work to be performed by the Department of 
Public Works of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for the improvements, 
development, maintenance and protection of tidal and non-tidal rivers and 
streams, harbors, tidewaters and foreshores along public beaches, in accordance 
with Massachusetts General Laws. Chapter 91, Section 11, and authorize the 
Selectmen to execute a bond of indemnity therefor to the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts. 

MOVED: That the Town assume liability in the manner provided in 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 91, Section 29 for all damages that may be 
incurred by work to be performed by the Department of Public Works of the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts for the improvements, development, mainte- 



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nance and protection of tidal and non-tidal rivers, and streams, harbors, tide- 
waters and foreshores along public beaches within the Town of Cohasset, in 
accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 91, Section 11 and the 
Selectmen be and hereby are authorized to execute a bond of indemnity therefor 
to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 
Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 7. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Town Treas- 
urer, with the approval of the Selectmen, to borrow money from time to time in 
anticipation of the revenue of the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1995, in accord- 
ance with the provisions of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4, 
and to issue a note or notes therefor payable within one year, and to renew any 
note or notes. 

MOVED: That the Town Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of 
Selectmen, be authorized to borrow money from time to time in anticipation of 
the Revenue of the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1995, in accordance with the 
provisions of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4 and to issue a 
note or notes therefor payable within one year, and to renew any note or notes 
as may be given for any period less than one year in accordance with Massachu- 
setts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 17. 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 8. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from 
available funds or borrow a sum of money for the purpose of providing engineer- 
ing services in connection with the reconstruction of Beechwood Street culvert, 
such funds to be used for the design, permitting, bid process, supervision, and 
overseeing of the construction phase of the reconstruction. 

MOVED: That the sum of Twenty-five Thousand and no/ 100 
($25,000.00) Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue for the purpose of 
providing engineering services in connection with the reconstruction of the 
Beechwood Street culvert, such funds to be used for the design, permitting, bid 
process, supervision and overseeing of the construction phase of the recon- 
struction. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 9. To see if the Town will vote to accept a collective bargain- 
ing agreement by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Konohasset Clerical 
and Custodial Association, and to see what sum of money the Town will vote to 
raise and appropriate, or transfer from available funds to effectuate the agree- 
ment. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 10. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article VII of the 
General By-laws, SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, by deleting paragraphs (b) 
and (d) of Section 26 in their entirety, and substituting in their place the 
following : 



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(b) Facility Permits, Sandy Beach Association Parking Permits shall be 
issued under the direction of the Town Clerk. 

(d) All parking Facility Permits, Sandy Beach Association Parking Permits, 
and Government Island Permits shall expire on the thirty-first day of May of 
each year. 

MOVED: That Article VII of the General Bylaws SAFETY AND PUBLIC 
ORDER, be amended by deleting Paragraphs (b) and (d) of Section 26 m their 
entirety, and substituting in their place the following: 

(b) Facility Permits, Sandy Beach Association Parking Permits, and Gov- 
ernment Island Parking Permits shall be issued under the direction of the Town 
Clerk. 

(d) All parking Facility Permits, Sandy Beach Association Parking Permits, 
and Government Island Permits shall expire on the thirty-first day of May each 
year. 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, 
transfer from available funds, or borrow a sum of money for the purpose of re- 
pairing walls and culverts along James Brook and for the repair of walls along 
Cohasset Harbor. 

MOVED: That the sum of Thirty Thousand and no/100 ($30,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue for the purpose of repairing walls 
and culverts along James Brook and for the repair of walls along Cohasset 
Harbor. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 12. To see if the Town will vote to amend the schedule to the 
Personnel Classification and Compensation Plan as adopted under Article 4 of 
this Warrant for this Annual Town Meeting by inserting therein under the cap- 
tion "Department" and subcaption "Highway" the position Clerk, at pay classi- 
fication D, for a period of twenty (20) hours per week, so that the schedule will 
have added thereto the following: 

Authorized 
Department Pay Group Position Schedule Hours 

Highway Clerk D 1 1 20 

MOVED: That the schedule to the Personnel Classification and Compen- 
sation Plan, as adopted under Article 4 of the Warrant for this Annual Town 
Meeting, be amended by inserting therein under the caption "Department" and 
subcaption "Highway", the position Clerk, at pay classification D, for the 
period of twenty (20) hours per week, so that the Schedule will have added 
thereto the following: 

Authorized 
Department Pay Group Position Schedule Hours 

Highway Clerk D 1 7 20 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 



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ARTICLE 13. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow a sum of money to construct a sidewalk on 
Forest Avenue from North Main Street to Old Coach Road. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Hand count take; Yes 75, No 42 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 14. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, 
transfer from available funds or borrow a sum of money for the purpose of re- 
purchasing grave lots. 

MOVED: That the sum of Five Thousand and no/100 ($5,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from the Sale of Lots Account to be used for the purpose 
of repurchasing grave lots. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 15. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article III of the 
General Bylaws, ELECTED TOWN OFFICIALS„by deleting paragraph (a) of 
Section 7 and substituting in its place the following paragraph (a): 

"(a) The Board of Health shall consist of five (5) members: two mem- 
bers to be elected in 1996 for a three-year term and one member to be elected in 
1996 for a one -year term; and each to hold office until his successor is quali- 
fied. Thereafter, when the term of a member expires, the Town shall elect by 
ballot members of the Board to serve for three years and until a successor is 
qualified.": 

MOVED: That Article III of the General Bylaws, ELECTED TOWN 
OFFICIALS, be amended by deleting paragraph (a) of Section 7 and substi- 
tuting in its place the following paragraph (a): 

(a) The Board of Health shall consist of five (5) members: two members 
to be elected in 1996 for a three-year term and one member to be elected in 
1996 for a one-year term; and each to hold office until his successor is quali- 
fied. Thereafter, when the term of a member expires, the Town shall elect by 
ballot members of the Board to serve for three years and until a successor is 
qualified. 

MOVED: To stop debate under Article 15. Motion to stop debate is 
adopted. 

Hand count taken. 

Yes 50; No 70 

Main motion is defeated. 

ARTICLE 16. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, 
transfer from available funds or borrow the sum of Fifty-seven Thousand and 
no/100 ($57,000.00) Dollars for the purchase and equipping of a new cab, 
chassis and dump body for the Highway Department and authorize the trade in 
of a 1978 Ford F-800 truck currently used by the Highway Department. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 



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ARTICLE 17. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow the sum of Thirteen Thousand and no/ 100 
($13,000.00) Dollars for the purchase of a new hydraulic sand spreader and 
authorize the trade in of a 1986 sand spreader currently used by the Highway 
Department. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 18. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow the sum of Twenty-Four Thousand and no/ 100 
($24,000.00) Dollars for the purchase of a one ton cab and chassis for the Tree 
and Park Department and authorize the trade in of a 1938 cab and chassis cur- 
rently used by the Tree and Park Department. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 19. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow the sum of Forty Thousand and no/ 100 
($40,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of renovating eight (8) bathrooms at the 
Junior/Senior High School. 

MOVED: That the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Select- 
men be authorized to borrow the sum of Forty Thousand and no/ 100 
($40,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of renovating eight (8) bathrooms at the 
Junior/Senior High School. 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 20. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow the sum of Forty-Five Thousand and no/ 100 
($45,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of purchasing a 1995 school bus. 

MOVED: That the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Select- 
men be authorized to borrow the sum of Thirty Thousand and no/ 100 
($30,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of purchasing a 1995 school bus. 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 21. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow the sum of Fifty-five Thousand and no/ 100 
($55,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of removing the underground oil tank at 
the Deer Hill School and replacing it with a new tank in compliance with all 
Federal and State environmental laws or regulations. 

MOVED: That the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Select- 
men, be authorized to borrow the sum of Fifty-five Thousand and no/ 100 
($55,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of removing the underground oil tank at 
the Deer Hill School and replacing it with a new tank in compliance with all 
Federal and State environmental laws or regulations. 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 



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ARTICLE 22. To see if the Town will designate the School FaciUties 
Committee as a School Building Committee under M.G.L. C. 71, Sec. 68 for the 
purpose of determining the most efficient or effective use of our present school 
buildings including the renovation of existing buildings and/or the construction 
of a new school building, and raise and appropriate, transfer from available 
funds or borrow a sum of money for the purpose of conducting any necessary 
studies and/or to develop preliminary construction plans. 

MOVED: That the School Facilities Committee be designated as a School 
Building Committee under Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 71, Section 68 
for the purpose of determining the most efficient or effective use of our present 
school buildings, including the renovation of existing buildings and/or the con- 
struction of a new school building, and that the sum of Twenty Thousand and 
no/ 100 ($20,000.00) Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue for the pur- 
pose of conducting any necessary studies and/or to develop preliminary con- 
struction plans. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 23. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow the sum of Twenty -Two Thousand, Five Hun- 
dred and no/100 ($22,500.00) Dollars to be used for the payment of legal fees 
to special environmental counsel in connection with the Town's wastewater 
management matters. 

MOVED: That the sum of Twenty -two Thousand, Five Hundred and 
no /lOO ($22,500.00) Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue to be used 
for the payment of legal fees to special environmental counsel in connection 
with the Town's wastewater management matters. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

MOVED: That consideration of Articles 24, 33, 34 and 35 be postponed 
to an adjourned session of this meeting. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 25, To see if the Town will vote to amend Article VII of the 
General Bylaws, SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, by adding thereto the follow- 
ing Sections 35 and 36 which shall read as follows: 

Section 35. No person shall cause or allow the discharge of any substance 
into the sources of public water supply that would have a negative impact on 
water quaUty. 

Section 36. No person, except for public safety personnel, the Water 
Department or its agents shall operate any vessel or vehicle powered by an elec- 
tric or internal combustion engine on the surface of Lily Pond, Aaron River or 
the Aaron River Reservoir. 

MOVED: That Article VII of the General Bylaws, SAFETY AND PUB- 
LIC ORDER, be amended by adding thereto the following Sections 35 and 36 
which shall read as follows : 

Section 35. No person shall cause or allow the discharge of any refuse, oil 
or hazardous material or any other substance into the source of pubHc water 
supply in an amount or concentration that has the effect of degrading the 
quality of the water supply. 



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Section 36. No person, except for public safety personnel, the Water 
Department, or its agents in the performance of their duties shall operate any 
vessel or vehicle powered by an electric or internal combustion engine on the 
surface of Lily Pond, Aaron River or the Aaron River Reservoir. 

Hand count taken. Yes 44; No 62. 

Motion is defeated. 

ARTICLE 26. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article III of the 
General Bylaws, ELECTED OFFICERS, by inserting in Section 10 thereof a new 
paragraph (f) which shall read as follows : 

(f) The Water Commissioners shall appoint on or before July 1 each year 
a Water Resources Protection Officer who shall have such quaUfications, powers 
and authority for protection of the sources of pubHc water supply as determined 
by the Board of Water Commissioners. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 27. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow a sum of money for the purpose of purchasing 
one or more spill-control kits. 

MOVED: That the sum of Three Thousand, Five Hundred and no/ 100 
($3,500.00) Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue for the purpose of 
purchasing one or more spill-control kits. 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 28. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow a sum of money for the purposes of repainting 
the Town Hall auditorium and replacing its window shades. 

MOVED: That the sum of Twelve Thousand and no/100 ($12,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue for the purpose of repainting the 
Town Hall Auditorium and replacing its window shades. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 29. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article IV of the 
General Bylaws, APPOINTED TOWN OFFICERS, to provide for the appoint- 
ment of a PubUc Works Superintendent in future fiscal years, by inserting 
therein a new Section 20 which shall read as follows: 

Section 20. Public Works Superintendent. 

(a) The public Works Superintendent shall be appointed by the Board 
of Selectmen and shall be a person who is specially fitted by training or experi- 
ence to perform the duties of the position. 

(b) He shall be compensated as determined by the Board of Selectmen. 

(c) Except as otherwise provided by these Bylaws, the Public Works 
Superintendent shall make rules and regulations for the operation of the Depart- 
ment, shall be responsible for its efficiency, and shall have control of all vehicles 
and equipment used by the Department. 

(d) The Public Works Superintendent shall be responsible for the follow- 
ing municipal operations and such other related responsibihties as may be 
assigned to him by the Board of Selectmen from time to time. 



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(i) proper administration of the Town's Recycling/Transfer Station 
Facility, in conformity with Federal, State and Municipal laws 
relating thereto and regulations promulgated thereunder. 

(ii) care of trees and the removal and replacement of trees on Town 
property. 

(iii) care and maintenance of all pubUc grounds, the Common, Town 
parks, and Town cemeteries. 

(iv) maintenance of off road infrastructure for other departments such 
as pubHc safety, environment, health and schools; 

(v) surface and maintenance of all public ways and sidewalks, removal 
of obstructions therefrom, maintaining storm drainage systems and 
installing maintaining road markings, highway signs and other high- 
way devices essential to public safety. 

(vi) reconstruction, resurfacing, repairing of necessary drainage and pub- 
he ways that have been open to the public for one year, make 
temporary repairs as authorized by law, all as authorized by the 
Board of Selectmen when pubHc necessity requires. 

MOVED: That Article IV of the General Bylaws, APPOINTED TOWN 
OFFICERS, be amended to provide for the appointment, subject to appropriate 
authority, and commencing with the 1998 Fiscal Year, of a Public Works Super- 
intendent and inserting into the Bylaw a new Section 20 to Article IV which 
shall read as follows: 

Section 20. Public Works Superintendent 

(a) The PubHc Works Superintendent shall be appointed by the Board of 
Selectmen and shall be a person who is specially fitted by training or experience 
to perform the duties of the position. 

(b) He shall be compensated as determined by the Board of Selectmen. 

(c) Except as otherwise provided by these Bylaws, the Public Works 
Superintendent shall make rules and regulations for the operation of the Depart- 
ment, shall be responsible for its efficiency, and shall have control of all vehicles 
and equipment used by the Department. 

(d) The Pubhc Works Superintendent shall be responsible for the follow- 
ing municipal operations and such other related responsibilities as may be 
assigned to him by the Board of Selectmen from time to time. 

(i) proper administration of the Town's Recycling/Transfer Station 
Facility, in conformity with Federal, State and Municipal laws 
relating thereto and regulations promulgated thereunder. 

(ii) care of trees and the removal and replacement of trees on Town 
property. 

(iii) care and maintenance of all public grounds, the Common, Town 
parks, and Town cemeteries. 

(iv) maintenance of off road infrastructure for other departments such 
as pubhc safety, environment, health and schools; 

(v) surface and maintenance of all public ways and sidewalks, removal 
of obstructions therefrom, maintaining storm drainage systems and 
installing maintaining road markings, highway signs and other high- 
way devices essential to public safety. 



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(vi) reconstruction, resurfacing, repairing of necessary drainage and pub- 
lic ways that have been open to the pubUc for one year, make 
temporary repairs as authorized by law, all as authorized by vote of 
the Board of Selectmen when public necessity requires. 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 30. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow a sum of money to fund improvements autho- 
rized by and contracted pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws Chapter III, 
Section 127B 1/2 relating to improvements to privately owned septic systems 
and cesspools, the removal of underground storage tanks and for the deleading 
of residential premises declared unfit for human habitation. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 31. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow a sum of money to be used for professional 
services to assist the Conservation Commission in administering the Wetlands 
Protection Act, Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 131, Section 40. 

MOVED: That the sum of Eight Thousand, Eight Hundred Seventy -six 
and no/ 100 ($8,876.00) Dollars be appropriated to be used for professional ser- 
vices to assist the Conservation Commission in administering the Wetlands Pro- 
tection Act, Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 131, Section 40; and to meet 
the appropriation, the sum of Three Thousand, Eight Hundred Fifty and no/ 100 
($3,850.00) Dollars be transferred from the Wetlands Protection Fund and the 
sum of Five Thousand, Twenty-six and no/ 100 ($5,026.00) Dollars be trans- 
ferred from the Conservation Trust Fund. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 32. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article II of the 
General Bylaws, TOWN MEETING, by deleting paragraph (a) of Section 1 in its 
entirety and substituting in its place the following paragraph (a). 

(a) The Annual Town Meeting shall be held on the last Saturday In March 
in each year at 10 A.M. The meeting for the election of those officers who by 
law must be elected by ballot, and for determining such matters as by law must 
be decided by ballot, shall take place within thirty-five days after the opening 
of the Annual Town Meeting: the time that the polls shall be open for each elec- 
tion shall be determined by the Board of Selectmen in accordance with Massa- 
chusetts General Laws Chapter 54, Section 64. 

MOVED: That Article II of the General Bylaws, TOWN MEETING, be 
amended by deleting paragraph (a) of Section 1 in its entirety and substituting in 
its place the following paragraph (a). 

(a) The Annual Town Meeting shall be held on the last Saturday in March 
in each year at 10 A.M. The meeting for the election of those officers who by 
law must be elected by ballot, and for determining such matters as by law must 
be decided by ballot, shall take place within thirty-five days after the opening 
of the Annual Town Meeting; the time that the polls shall be open for each elec- 
tion shall be determined by the Board of Selectmen in accordance with Massa- 
chusetts General Laws Chapter 54, Section 64. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

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Notice was given to reconsider Article 13 on Monday, March 28, 1995. 

ARTICLE 36. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow the sum of One Hundred Sixty-six Thousand, 
Two Hundred Seventy and no/ 100 ($166,270.00) Dollars for the resurfacing 
with bituminous concrete, certain streets in the Town, including any work re- 
lated thereto and for the purpose of purchasing and equipping a new cab, chassis 
and dump body; and to meet the appropriation, the Treasurer, with the approval 
of the Board of Selectmen, is authorized to borrow One Hundred Sixty-six 
Thousand, Two Hundred Seventy and no/ 100 ($166,270.00) Dollars in accor- 
dance with Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 90, Section 34, Clause 2(a), 
which sums represent State funds allocated under Chapter 85 of the Acts of the 
Massachusetts Legislature, 1994 Regular Session, and contingent upon authori- 
zation of a bond issue by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts pursuant thereto. 

MOVED: That the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Select- 
men, be authorized to borrow the sum of One Hundred Sixty-six Thousand, 
Two Hundred Seventy and no/ 100 ($166,270.00) Dollars, Fifty-seven Thousand 
and no/ 100 ($57,000.00) Dollars of which shall be used for the purchasing and 
equipping of a new cab, chassis and dump body for the Highway Department, 
and the balance of which in the amount of One Hundred Nine Thousand, Two 
Hundred Seventy ($109,270.00) Dollars shall be used for the purpose of resur- 
facing with bituminous concrete, certain streets in the Town, including any work 
related thereto, which sums represent State funds allocated under Chapter 85 
of the Acts of the Massachusetts Legislature, 1994 Regular Session and are 
contingent upon the authorization of a bond issue by the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts. 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

Notice was given to reconsider Articles 1, 2, and 25 on Monday, March 
27,1995. 



MONDAY EVENING - MARCH 27, 1995 

Monday night checkers previously appointed by the Town Clerk reported 
to work at 7:00 P.M. and tellers previously appointed by the Moderator reported 
at 7:30 P.M. The Moderator called the meeting to order at 7:55 P.M. and a 
quorum of 100 was present at that time. A total of 185 registered voters were 
checked in. 

Resolution offered by Thomas C. Cook Chairman of the Board of Health. 

WHEREAS, William E. Baird, P.E. has served the Town of Cohasset as 
a member of the Board of Health for more than seven years and being its Chair- 
man for more than three years and has recently resigned for personal reasons 
and, 

WHEREAS, WilHam E. Baird has significantly contributed to the pubUc 
health of the citizens of Cohasset and safeguarding the environment in which 
they live through the establishment of regulations, pubhc outreach and personal 
example ; and 



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WHEREAS, he provided the promotion of environmental protection 
especially protection of the town's water supply by serving on the Water Re- 
sources Protection Committee from 1989-1993; and 

WHEREAS, he added his expertise to the estabhshment of the Water Re- 
source District to protect the water supply by serving on the Watershed Protec- 
tion Area Committee for three years; and 

WHEREAS, he was instrumental in the development of the town's hazard- 
out materials bylaw through his service on the Hazardous Material Advisory 
Committee for five years; and 

WHEREAS, he played a great role in setting the transfer station erected on 
time and within budget as a member of the Transfer Station Building Committee ; 

Now therefor, be it resolved that the citizens of Cohasset inTown Meeting 
assembled on the twenty-seventh day of March, 1995 hereby record their deep 
appreciation for the outstanding service rendered by WiUiam E. Baird and wish 
him continued good health and happiness, and they further express the hope 
that he will receive the continuing esteem of his fellow citizens on his retirement 
from pubhc service. 

Resolution is adopted unanimously. 

Resolution offered by Nancy Sandell, Chairwoman of the School Com- 
mittee. 

WHEREAS, the Cohasset High School Boys' Basketball team finished their 
season with a record of 22 wins and 3 losses; and 

WHEREAS, the team won the South Shore League Championship; and 

WHEREAS, in addition to their outstanding athletic accomplishment, the 
team and their coaches displayed a level of sportsmanship and fair play which is 
a credit to both themselves and our community. 

Now, therefore, be it resolved that the citizens of Cohasset, in Town Meet- 
ing assembled, recognize the achievements of the 1995 Boys' Basketball Team. 

Resolution is adopted unanimously. 

Resolution offered by Stephen Wigmore, member of the Cohasset Housing 
Authority. 

WHEREAS, Joanne Young Nawn served the Town of Cohasset as a Com- 
missioner of the Cohasset Housing Authority for six years; and 

WHEREAS, Joanne Young Nawn served in these capacities with dedica- 
tion and compassion and has been in the forefront of housing initiatives to 
equally accommodate seniors, families and the personally challenged; and 

WHEREAS, Joanne has exhibited not only a faithful commitment to 
affordable housing in her career and to Cohasset but displayed active support for 
and with the Cohasset Drama Club fostering many artistic endeavors within 
the community; and 

Now, therefore be it resolved, that the citizens here assembled extend their 
best wishes and appreciation for her years of able service to the Town and wish 
her the best of health and happiness in her future endeavors, this twenty-seventh 
day of March, 1995. 

Resolution is adopted unanimously. 

Mr. Pearce moved that the motion under Article 13 be rescinded. 

Motion is adopted. 



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MOVED: That there be appointed a Sidewalk Study Committee, such 
Committee to be comprised of no more than six (6) residents of the Town, with 
the Highway Surveyor, the Moderator, and the Board of Selectmen each appoint- 
ing two (2) members. The Committee shall survey the Town, and compile infor- 
mation from previous efforts, to determine the need for pedestrian sidewalks in 
the town; the feasibiUty of constructing new sidewalks; the available financing 
methods and the prioritization of need for sidewalks based on public safety 
requirements, population density, aesthetic values, and accepted construction 
practices. The Committee shall take cognizance of Article 13 contained in the 
Warrant for the 1995 Annual Town Meeting, and previous action of Town Meet- 
ing relative to Forest Avenue sidewalk construction and pedestrian safety, and 
shall make recommendations relating thereto. The Committee shall report its 
recommendations to the next Annual or Special Town Meeting, whichever is 
called sooner. 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 24. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow the sum of Fifty Thousand and no/ 100 
($50,000.00) Dollars to be used for the purpose of funding municipal obliga- 
tions under collective bargaining contract settlements to be disbursed in accord- 
ance with the Town's contractual obligations under such collective bargaining 
agreements without further appropriation of the Town Meeting. 

MOVED: That this article be postponed, until the disposition of Article 
35. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 33. To see if the Town will vote to accept a Collective Bargain- 
ing Agreement made by and between the Town of Cohasset and the members of 
the Cohasset Patrolmen's Union, Local 641 of the IBPO, and to see what sum of 
money the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds or 
borrow to effectuate the Agreement. 

MOVED: That the sum of Twenty Thousand, Thirty Eight and no/ 100 
($20,038.00) be raised and appropriated from taxation to fund a collective bar- 
gaining agreement by and between the Town of Cohasset and the members of 
Patrolemen's Union Local 641 of the IBPO, Eighteen Thousand, Five hundred 
Eighty Eight and no/ 100 ($18,588.00) of which shall be allocated to personnel 
services and One Thousand, Four Hundred Fifty and no/ 100 ($1,450.00) of 
which shall be allocated to expenses. 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 34. To see if the Town will vote to accept a Collective Bargain- 
ing Agreement made by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset 
Permanent Firefighters, Local 2804, and to see what sum of money the Town 
will raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds or borrow to effectuate 
the Agreement. 

MOVED: That the sum of Thirty Two Thousand, Four Hundred Forty 
Six and no/ 100 ($32,446.00) Dollars be raised and appropriated from taxation 
to fund a collective bargaining agreement by and between the Town of Cohasset 
and the members of the Cohasset Permanent Firefighter's Local 2804, Thirty 
One Thousand, Nine Hundred Twenty One and no/ 100 ($31,921.00) Dollars of 

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which shall be allocated to personnel services and Five Hundred Twenty five and 
no/ 100 ($525.00) Dollars of which shall be allocated to expenses. 
Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 35. To see if the Town will vote to accept a Collective Bargain- 
ing Agreement made by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Local Bar- 
gaining Unit C.L.A.S.S., and to see what sum of money the Town will raise 
and appropriate, transfer from available funds or borrow to effectuate the 
Agreement. 

MOVED: That the sum of Five Thousand, Six Hundred Forty Seven and 
no/ 100 ($5,647.00) Dollars be raised and appropriated from taxation to fund a 
collective bargaining agreement by and between the Town of Cohasset and the 
members of Local Bargaining Unit C.L.A.S.S., the entire amount so appro- 
priated to be allocated to personnel services. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 24. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

MOVED: By Mark Bell that action under Article 25 be reconsidered. 

Motion is defeated. 

ARTICLE 37. To see if the Town will appropriate a sum of money for 
architectural fees, engineering fees, contingency fees and the cost of construct- 
ing a public works garage on property owned by the Town of Cohasset off 
Cedar Street, commonly known as the Recycling and Transfer Facility (RTF) 
and shown as parcel 48 on a portion of Assessor's Sheet 5 on file with the Office 
of Town Clerk and marked "Article 37"; and to meet the appropriation, the 
Town Treasurer with the Board of Selectmen will be authorized to borrow a sum 
of money. 

MOVED: That the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Select- 
men, be authorized to borrow the sum of Seven Hundred, Fifty Two Thousand 
and no/100 ($752,000.00) Dollars to be used for architectural fees, engineering 
fees, contingency fees and the cost of constructing a pubUc works garage on 
property owned by the Town of Cohasset off Cedar Street, commonly known as 
the Recycling and Transfer Facility (RTF) as shown on parcel 48 on a portion 
of Assessor's Sheet 5 on file with the office of the Town Clerk and marked 
-'Article 37". 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

Hand Count taken. Yes 159, No 3 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 38. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Personnel 
Classification and Compensation Schedule adopted under Article 4 of the War- 
rant for this Annual Town Meeting by inserting therein under the caption 
"Department" and the subcaption "Health, Board of the position "Filing 
Clerk" in Classification B, for a period of five hours per week, so that the 
Schedule will have added thereto the following: 



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Position 
Department Pay Group Authorized Schedule Hours 

Heahh, Board of 

Filing Clerk B 1 1 5 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 



Address 



AR1 

Nan 


nCLE 39. 

le 


1. 


Tina Watson 


2. 


Andy Hailer 


3. 


Richard G. Abbadessa 


4. 


Richard B. Abbadessa 


5. 


Anne V. Abbadessa 


6. 


Carol A. Riley 


7. 


Michael A. Riley 


8. 


Lynn Morgenstern 


9. 


John J. Keohane 


10. 


Elizabeth D. Hebb 



1 1 8 South Main Street 
16 Brewster Road 
36 Old Coach Road 
36 Old Coach Road 
36 Old Coach Road 
483 Jerusalem Road 
483 Jerusalem Road 
7 Linden Drive 
109 South Main Street 
144 Linden Drive 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Article IV of the General Bylaws, 
APPOINTED TOWN OFFICERS by deleting paragraph (a), (b), and (c) of Sec- 
tion 12 in their entirety and substituting in their place the following paragraphs 
(a), (b), and (c). 

(a) Constables shall be appointed by the Board of Selectmen from among 
those applying, for terms not to exceed three (3) years. 

(b) Constables shall be compensated as provided in Article XI of these 
Bylaws, as amended from time to time. 

(c) A Constable shall post the Warrant for each Annual and Special 
Town Meeting as provided in Article II of these Bylaws, shall serve warrants and 
processes as directed by the Selectmen, and may serve such other writs and 
processes as are permitted to a constable under the Massachusetts General Laws. 

MOVED: That Article IV of the General Bylaws, APPOINTED TOWN 
OFFICERS, be amended by deleting paragraphs (a), (b), and (c) of Section 12 
in their entirety and substituting in their place the following paragraphs (a), (b), 
and (c). 

(a) Constables shall be appointed by the Board of Selectmen from among 
those applying, for terms not to exceed three (3) years. 

(b) Constables shall be compensated as provided in Article XI of these 
Bylaws, as amended from time to time. 

(c) A constable shall post the Warrant for each Annual and Special Town 
Meeting as provided in Article II of these Bylaws, shall serve warrants and 
processes as directed by the Selectmen, and may serve such other writs and 
processes as are permitted to a constable under the Massachusetts General Laws. 

Motion is defeated. 



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ARTICLE 40. 

Name 


1. 


Amanda Church 


2. 
3. 
4. 


PhilHp C. Church 
Stephanie Church 
Carol Sasso 


5. 


Lynne A. Sheridan 


6. 

7. 
8. 


Nancy Herlin 
Lx)ni Ackley 
Barbara M. Fellows 


9. 


Jane Tilden 


10. 


Annette D'Argenio 



Address 



29 Norfolk Road 
29 Norfolk Road 
29 Norfolk Road 
14 Bates Lane 
460 King Street 
91 Nichols Road 
17 Norfolk Road 
389 Beechwood Street 
3 1 Pleasant Street 
1 Red Gate Lane 

The undersigned registered voters of the Town of Cohasset do hereby 
petition the Town Meeting to direct the Selectmen to allow holiday lighting on 
the Town Common for events sponsored by non-profit, civic, charitable, recrea- 
tional and educational organizations. 

MOVED. That holiday lighting be permitted on the Town Common for 
events sponsored by non-profit, civic, charitable, recreational and educational 
organizations, the size, type, form and location of such lighting shall be subject 
to the written permission of the Board of Selectmen. 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 41. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article IX of the 
General Bylaws, HARBOR, by deleting subparagraph (xi) (bb) of paragraph (a) 
of Section 2 in its entirety and substituting in its place the following subpara- 
graph (xi) (bb): 

All persons and entities owning boats, other than unregistered tenders, 
who have a continuous right to moor such boat at any privately -owned mooring, 
pier, wharf, or float within the confines of Cohasset Harbor shall pay the current 
year boat excise and a user's fee as set by the Board of Selectmen from time to 
time and shall receive a decal by June 1 of each year. Upon failure to pay the 
boat excise or the user's fee, the Harbormaster shall pursue such remedies as are 
available under the terms of these Harbor Bylaws and regulations promulgated 
by the Harbormaster, the General Bylaws of the Town of Cohasset or the laws 
of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

MOVED. That Article IX of the General Bylaws, HARBOR, be amended 
by deleting subparagraph (xi) (bb) of paragraph (a) of Section 2 in its entirety 
and substituting in its place the following subparagraph (xi) (bb): 

All persons and entities owning boats, other than unregistered tenders, 
who have a continuous right to moor such boat at any privately-owned mooring, 
pier, wharf, or float within the confines of Cohasset Harbor shall pay the current 
year boat excise and a user's fee as set by the Board of Selectmen from time to 
time and shall receive a decal by June 1 of each year. Upon failure to pay the 
boat excise or the user's fee, the Harbormaster shall pursue such remedies as are 
available under the terms of these Harbor Bylaws and regulations promulgated 
by the Harbormaster, the General Bylaws of the Town of Cohasset or the laws 
of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

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ARTICLE 42. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow a sum of money for the purpose of purchasing a 
personal computer and printer for the Treasurer/Collector's Office. 

MOVED: That the sum of Three Thousand and no/100 ($3,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue for the purpose of purchasing a 
personal computer and printer for the Treasurer/Collector's office. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 43. To see if the Town will vote to accept the provisions of 
Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 40, Section 42J which would permit the 
deferral of water charges under certain circumstances that have been liened on 
real estate tax bills. 

MOVED: That the Town accept the provisions of Massachusetts General 
Laws Chapter 40, Section 42J which would permit the deferral of water charges 
under certain circumstances. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 44. To see if the Town will vote to accept the provisions of 
Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 83, Section 16G which would permit the 
deferral of sewer charges under certain circumstances that have been liened on 
real estate tax bills. 

MOVED: That the Town vote to accept the provisions of Massachusetts 
General Laws Chapter 83, Section 16G which would permit the deferral of sewer 
charges under certain circumstances. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 



Address 

53 Pond Street 
662 Jerusalem Road 
196 Fair Oaks Lane 
2 Gushing Road 
141 South Main Street 
168 Sohier Street 
55 Lantern Lane 
30 Margin Street 
36 Jerusalem Road 
77 Forest Avenue 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 34, which relates to finan- 
cial assurance requirements for owners or operators of private landfills, of 
Article VIL, SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, of the General Bylaws by insert- 
ing after paragraph (g) the following new paragraphs: 

(h) On or before the one hundred eightieth (180th) day following the 
effective date of this paragraph all financial instruments required in paragraph 
(c) shall be required to be in effect and in force for a period of three years, 
renewable annually. 



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ARl 

Nan 


nCLE 45. 
le 


1. 


John K. McNabb, Jr. 


2. 


Michael F. McNabb 


3. 


Kevin F. O'Donnell 


4. 


Linda T. Keller 


5. 


Constance M. Afshar 


6. 


Mary E. Gainor 


7. 


Kevin F. O'Connor 


8. 


Kevin M. Ulmer 


9. 


John P. Carr 


10. 


James C. Kinch 



(i) Any owner or operator who violates the provisions of this section 
or any regulations promulgated thereto shall pay for each day of said offense a 
fine not to exceed three hundred dollars ($300.00). 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 46. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer 
from available funds a sum of money to be added to the Stabilization Fund. 
MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 47. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available fund, or transfer from current appropriations a sum of money to 
purchase computer hardware and software under the direction of the Computer 
Study Committee. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 48. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow a sum of money for the payment of salaries and 
compensation, expenses, equipment and outlays of the Cohasset Water Depart- 
ment for the ensuing fiscal year as set forth in either Appendix D or Appendix 
E below. 



APPENDIX D 

ADVISORY COMMITTEE'S RECOMMENDATIONS, ARTICLE 48 

ANNUAL TOWN MEETING, MARCH 25, 1995 

Dept. Approp. Expended Approp. Requested Recomm. 

No. Appropriation Accounts Fiscal 1994 Fiscal 1994 Fiscal 1995 Fiscal 1996 Fiscal 1996 



450 WATER DEPARTMENT 










Personal Services 260,485 
General Expenses 182,186 
Contract Services 


259,524 

212,186 




235,815 

261,707 




275,814 

217,100 




275,814 

217,100 




Engineering 
Capital Outlay 
Norfolk County Retirement 47,252 
Insurance Expenses 32,000 
Group Insurance 42,069 
Maturing Debt 235,700 
Interest 212,386 
Payment to General Fund 






45,201 

15,000 

36,196 

235,700 

212,385 




19,000 



45,201 

32,000 

46,353 

235,700 

195,505 




30,000 



46,720 

32,000 

43,724 

281,087 

274,246 

9,000 


30,000 



46,720 

32,000 

43,724 

281,087 

274,246 

9,000 


TOTAL 1,012,078 


1,016,192 


1,071,281 


1,209,691 


1,209,691 



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APPENDIX E 

ADVISORY COMMITTEE'S RECOMMENDATIONS, ARTICLE 48 

CONTRACT OPERATIONS 

ANNUAL TOWN MEETING, MARCH 25, 1995 

Dept. Approp. Expended Approp. Requested Recomm. 

No. Appropriation Accounts Fiscal 1994 Fiscal 1994 Fiscal 1995 Fiscal 1996 Fiscal 1996 



450 WATER DEPARTMENT 












Personal Services 
General Expenses 
Contract Services 


260,485 

182,186 




259,524 

212,186 




235,815 

261,707 




275,814 

217,100 




275,814 

217,100 




Engineering 
Capital Outlay 
Norfolk County Retirement 47,252 
Insurance Expenses 32,000 
Group Insurance 42,069 
Maturing Debt 235,700 
Interest 212,386 
Payment to General Fund 






45,201 

15,000 

36,196 

235,700 

212,385 




19,000 



45,201 

32,000 

46,353 

235,700 

195,505 




30,000 



46,720 

32,000 

43,724 

281,087 

274,246 

9,000 


30,000 



46,720 

32,000 

43,724 

281,087 

274,246 

9,000 


TOTAL 


1,012,078 


1,016,192 


1,071,281 


1,209,691 


1,209,691 



MOVED: That the sum of One Million, Two Hundred Nine Thousand 
Six Hundred Ninety-one and no/ 100 ($1,209,691.00) Dollars be appropriated 
for the 1995 annual budget for the Water Department; Six Hundred Forty-five 
Thousand, Three Hundred Fifty-eight and no/100 ($645,358.00) Dollars for 
payroll and expenses; Two Hundred Eighty-one Thousand, Eighty-seven and 
no/ 100 ($281,087.00) Dollars for maturing debt; Two Hundred Seventy-four 
Thousand, Two Hundred Forty-six ($274,246.00) Dollars for interest; and Nine 
Thousand and no/ 100 ($9,000.00) Dollars for payments to the General Fund; 
and to meet the appropriation, the sum of One Million, Two Hundred Nine 
Thousand, Six Hundred Ninety-one and no/100 ($1,209,691.00) Dollars be 
appropriated from Water Revenue. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 49. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow a sum of money to fund an equipment replace- 
ment account for capital expenditures in accordance with a proposed contract 
for the operation of the Water Department facilities. 

MOVED: That the sum of Fifty Thousand and no/ 100 ($50,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from Water Revenue to fund an equipment replacement 
account for capital expenditures in accordance with a proposed contract for the 
operation of the Water Department facilities. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 



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ARTICLE 50. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article VII of the 
General Bylaws, SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, by adding thereto a new 
Section 37 which shall read as follows: 

Section 37. Unattended Vehicles 

(a) It shall be unlawful to obstruct or block a private way with a vehicle 
or any other means so as to prevent access by fire apparatus or equipment to any 
multiple-family building, stores, shopping centers, schools and places of pubUc 
assembly. 

(b) It shall be unlawful to obstruct or park a vehicle in any fire lane. 
Fire lanes shall be designated by the Chief of the Fire Department and posted as 
such. Fire lanes are to be a distance of twelve (12) feet from the curbing of a 
sidewalk in a shopping center, apartment complex and similar locations. Where 
no sidewalk with curbing exists, the distance and location shall be estabUshed by 
the Chief of the Fire Department or the Planning Board. 

(c) Any object or vehicle obstructing or blocking any fire lane or private 
way may be removed or towed by the Town under the direction of a police 
officer at the expense of the owner and without liability to the Town. 

(d) The owner of record of any land or building affected by this section 
shall provide and install signs indicating the existence of a fire lane. The sign 
shall be no less than 12" x 18" and shall read Fire Lane — No Parking — Tow 
Zone. 

(e) Any person violating any provision of this section shall, for each 
offense, be punished by a fme of Fifteen and no/ 100 ($15.00) DoUars. Each 
day that such violation continues shall constitute a separate offense. 

MOVED: That Article VII of the General Bylaws, SAFETY AND PUB- 
LIC ORDER' be amended by adding thereto a new Section 37 which shall 
read as follows; 

Section 37. Unattended Vehicles. 

(a) It shall be unlawful to obstruct or block a private way with a vehicle 
or any other means so as to prevent access by fire apparatus or equipment to any 
multiple-family building, stores, shopping centers, schools and places of public 
assembly. 

(b) It shall be unlawful to obstruct or park a vehicle in any fire lane. 
Fire lanes shall be designated by the Chief of the Fire Department and posted as 
such. Fire lanes are to be a distance of twelve (12) feet from the curbing of a 
sidewalk in a shopping center, apartment complex and similar locations. Where 
no sidewalk with curbing exists, the distance and location shall be established 
by the Chief of the Fire Department or the Planning Board. 

(c) Any object or vehicle obstructing or blocking any fire lanes or private 
way may be removed or towed by the Town under the direction of a poUce 
officer at the expense of the owner and without liability to the Town. 

(d) The owner of record of any land or building affected by this section 
shall provide and install signs indicating the existence of a fire lane. The sign 
shall be no less than 12" x 18" and shall read "Fire Lane -No Parking —Tow 
Zone." 

(e) Any person violating any provision of this section shall, for each 
offense, be punished by a fine of Fifteen and no/ 100 ($15.00) Dollars. Each day 
that such violation continues shall constitute a separate offense. 



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Amendment offered by Kenneth Ingber in paragraph (b). 

Fire lanes are to be a distance of twelve (12) feet in width from the curb- 
ing of a sidewalk in a shopping center, apartment complex and similar locations. 

Amendment offered by Ralph Kidder in paragraph (a). 

It shall be unlawful to obstruct or block a private way with a vehicle or 
any other means that to prevent access by fire apparatus or equipment to any 
multiple -family building, stores, shopping centers, schools and places of public 
assembly. 

Motion as amended is adopted. 

ARTICLE 51. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow a sum of money for the purpose of constructing 
a shelter at the Cedar Street Recycling Transfer Facility in the glass recycling 
area. 

MOVED: That the sum of Nine Thousand and no/100 ($9,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue for the purpose of constructing a 
shelter at the Cedar Street Recycling Transfer Facility in the glass recycling area. 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 52. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow a sum of money for the purpose of purchasing a 
fork lift for use at the Cedar Street Recycling Transfer Facility. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 53. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow a sum of money for the purpose of installing a 
gate at the end of Beechwood Street at the entrance to the area known as the 
'wolf pit" near Bound Brook. 

MOVED: That the sum of Four Thousand, Eight Hundred and no/ 100 
($4,800.00) Dollars be transferred from Water Revenue for the purpose of 
installing a gate at the end of Beechwood Street at the entrance to the area 
known as the "wolf pit" near Bound Brook. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 54. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow a sum of money for the purpose of lowering the 
water service line at 81 Elm Street from the water main to the property line. 

MOVED: That the sum of One Thousand, Five Hundred and no/ 100 
($1,500.00) Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue for the purpose of 
lowering the water service line at 81 Elm Street from the water main to the 
property line. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 55. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow a sum of money for the purpose of repairing the 
access road from Riverview Drive to the old Beechwood pumping station. 



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MOVED: That the sum of Three Thousand, Seven Hundred and no/ 100 
($3,700.00) Dollars be transferred from Water Revenue for the purpose of 
resurfacing the access easement from Riverview Drive to the Water Department 
land to the north of Riverview Drive. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 56. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the relocation of 
an easement running from Beechwood Street along Riverview Drive and adjacent 
properties to the old Beechwood pumping station. 

MOVED: That a portion of an easement shown on the plan entitled, 
''Plan of land of Riverview Drive, Cohasset," prepared by E.E.T. Inc. dated 
October 28, 1981, and recorded in the Norfolk County Registry of Deeds as 
Plan 7 of 1982 be amended by diminishing in width that portion of the ease- 
ment which commences at the cul-de-sac on Riverview Drive and runs in an 
easterly direction along the lot line which separates Lot 4 and Lot 3 as shown on 
the plan and that portion of the easement which runs in a north/south direction 
between the north and south boundaries of Lot 4 from a width of 40' to a width 
of 20'; and in that connection, the Board of Water Commissioners and/or the 
Board of Selectmen be and they hereby are authorized and directed to execute 
such documents as are necessary or incidental to accomplish the reduction in the 
width of such easement, the execution, delivery and recording of such docu- 
ments by the members of the Board of Selectmen and/or the members of the 
Board of Water Commissioners, shall be conclusive evidence of their authority to 
do so. 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 57. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article V of the 
General Bylaws, APPOINTED STANDING TOWN BOARDS AND COMMIT- 
TEES, by adding thereto a new Section 18 creating the committee of Civilian 
Dispatch Committee which section shall read as follows: 

Section 18. Civilian Dispatch Committee. 

(a) The Civilian Dispatch Committee shall consist of the Police Chief, 
the Fire Chief and the Executive Secretary. 

(b) The Civilian Dispatch Committee shall oversee the operation of the 
Dispatch Center and shall be charged with estabhshing and maintaining standard 
operating procedures, departmental rules and regulations, supervising personnel 
and maintaining adequate staffing and equipment assigned to this function. 

(c) The Committee shall recruit and screen personnel for employment 
as dispatchers and shall forward recommendations for appointment to the Board 
of Selectmen. 

(d) The Committee shall annually submit a budget for its operations and 
capital equipment to the Board of Selectmen and shall be accountable for ex- 
penditures thereof. 

(e) The Committee shall report annually, or more frequently as deemed 
necessary, on departmental activities. 



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MOVED: That Article V of the General Bylaws, APPOINTED STAND- 
ING TOWN BOARDS AND COMMITTEES, be amended by adding thereto a 
new Section 18 creating the committee of "Civihan Dispatch Committee" 
which section shall read as follows: 

Section 18. Civilian Dispatch Committee. 

(a) The Civilian Dispatch Committee shall consist of the Police Chief, 
the Fire Chief and the Executive Secretary. 

(b) The Civilian Dispatch Committee shall oversee the operation of the 
Dispatch Center and shall be charged with estabhshing and maintaining standard 
operating procedures, departmental rules and regulations, supervising personnel 
and maintaining adequate staffing and equipment assigned to this function. 

(c) The Committee shall recruit and screen personnel for employment as 
dispatchers and shall forward recommendations for appointment to the Board 
of Selectmen. 

(d) The Committee shall armually submit a budget for its operations and 
capital equipment to the Board of Selectmen and shall be accountable for ex- 
penditures thereof. 

(e) The Committee shall report annually, or more frequently as deemed 
necessary, on departmental activities. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 58. 

Name Address 



1 . Glenn A. Pratt 482 King Street 

2. Matthew J. Salerno 487 King Street 

3. Jane M. Hamilton 244 Beechwood Street 

4. Frank C. J. Hamilton 244 Beechwood Street 

5. Deanna Mulligan 27 Ledgewood Drive 

6. Elizabeth A. Minnar 62 Ledgewood Drive 

7. Peter R. Minnar 62 Ledgewood Drive 

8. Kevin F. O'Donnell 196 Fairoaks Lane 

9. Donna M. O'Donnell 196 Fairoaks Lane 
10. Larry Mitchell 271 North Main Street 

The undersigned registered voters of the Town of Cohasset, do hereby 
petition the Town Meeting to see if the Town will transfer from available funds a 
sum of money for engineering studies, hydrogeologic studies and other work 
related to the permits necessary or incidental to the construction of and for the 
construction of Phase I of a new cemetery on land owned by the Town of 
Cohasset and shown as Plot 41 on Assessors' Map 42, a copy of a portion of 
which is on file with the office of the Town Clerk and endorsed "Article 58". 

MOVED: That the Board of Selectmen continue engineering studies, 
hydrogeologic studies and other work related to the permits necessary or inci- 
dental to the construction of Phase I of a new cemetery on land owned by the 
Town of Cohasset and shown as Plot 41 on Assessors' Map 42, a copy of a por- 
tion of which is on file with the office of the Town Clerk and endorsed "Article 
58" such work to be funded with amounts authorized under Article 15 of the 
Warrant for the 1989 Annual Town Meeting. 

Motion is defeated. 



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ARTICLE 59. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 12 of the 
Zoning Bylaw, ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT, by deleting para- 
graph b of subsection 12.6.1 and substituting in its place the following sub- 
paragraph (b) of subsection 12.6.1. 

(b) In any business or light industry district where such construction, re- 
construction, or expansion shall increase the total gross floor area, shall be 
issued by the Building Inspector until he shall have received from the Plarming 
Board a written statement of final approval of this Planning Board in accordance 
with the provisions of this Section or until seventy-five (75) days have elapsed 
after an application for such plan approval has been filed with the Planning 
Board. This Section shall not include signs attached to a building or normal 
maintenance. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Planning Board in any instance 
may waive the site plan process if in its opinion any construction, re-construc- 
tion or expansion results in an insignificant increase to the building or other 
structure. 

MOVED: That the 200 foot requirement contained in paragraph (b) of 
subsection 12.6.1 be deleted and that subsection 12.6.1 paragraphs (a) and (b) 
be rewritten as follows: 

Section 12 

12.6 Site Plan Review. 

12.6.1 No permit to building, construct, reconstruct or expand any 
buildings or structures: 

(a) In any district where the building or structure is nonconforming by 
virtue of its use except where the construction, reconstruction, or expansion 
would neither increase nor change the nonconforming use or where the noncon- 
forming use would thereby be eliminated ; 

(b) In any business or light industry district where such construction, 
reconstruction, or expansion shall increase the total gross floor area, 

Shall be issued by the Building Inspector until he shall have received from 
the Planning Board a written statement of final approval of the Planning Board 
in accordance with the the provisions of this Section or until seventy-five (75) 
days have elapsed after an apphcation for such plan approval has been filed with 
the Planning Board. This Section shall not include signs attached to a building or 
normal maintenance. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Planning Board in any 
instance may waive the site plan process if in its opinion any construction, re- 
construction or expansion results in an insignificant increase to the building or 
other structure. 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

Motion is defeated. 

ARTICLE 60. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 6 of the 
Zoning Bylaw, SIGN REGULATIONS, by deleting subsection 6.5.7 and sub- 
stituting in its place the following subsection 6.5.7. 

In all business districts, each premise may display one unlettered cloth flag 
no larger than twenty (20) square feet that may be extended over the sidewalk 
no closer than two (2) feet from the curb line nor eight (8) feet above the side- 
walk. Lettered flags may be displayed only as temporary signs according to 
paragraph 6.2.2 of this zoning bylaw. 



MOVED: That Section 6 of the Zoning Bylaws, SIGN REGULATIONS, 

be amended by deleting subsection 6.5.7 and substituting in its place the fol- 
lowing subsection 6.5.7: 

6.5.7 In all business districts, each premise may display one unlettered 
cloth flag no larger than twenty (20') square feet that may be extended over the 
sidewalk no closer than two (2') from the curb line nor eight (8') feet above the 
sidewalk. Lettered flags may be displayed only as temporary signs according to 
paragraph 6.2.2 of this zoning bylaw. 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 6L To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 3 of the 
Zoning Bylaw, ESTABLISHED OF ZONING DISTRICTS, by deleting paragraph 
3.3.4 in its entirety and by re-lettering paragraphs 3.3.5 and 3.3.6 as paragraph 
3.3.4 as 3.3.5. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 62. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 6 of the 
Zoning Bylaw, SIGN REGULATIONS, by deleting paragraph 6.3.13, subpara- 
graphs (a) and (b) which shall read as follows : 

6.3.13 (a) Subject to subparagraph (b) hereof, no billboard or sign of a 
general advertising nature which does not pertain to a building, structure or use 
on the same premises as the location of such sign shall be permitted within the 
Town. 

6.3.13 (b) Churches, educational institutions, and other nonprofit orga- 
nizations which abut public land may, with the written permission of the Board 
of Selectmen, erect a sign on such abutting public land so long as the sign other- 
wise comphes with all provisions of this bylaw and describes thereon only the 
name of the educational institution or other non-profit organization and its 
hours of operation or the name and denomination of a church and its hours of 
service. 

MOVED: That Section 6 of the Zoning Bylaw, SIGN REGULATIONS, 
be amended by deleting paragraph 6.3.13 in its entirety and substituting in its 
place the following paragraph 6.3.13, subparagraphs (a) and (b), which shall 
read as follows : 

6.3.13 (a) Subject to subparagraph (b) hereof, no billboard or sign of a 
general advertising nature which does not pertain to a building, structure or use 
on the same premises as the location of such sign shall be permitted within the 
Town. 

6.3.13 (b) Churches, educational institutions, and other nonprofit orga- 
nizations which abut pubHc land may, with written permission of the Board of 
Selectmen, erect a sign on such abutting pubHc land so long as the sign other- 
wise complies with aU provisions of this bylaw and describes thereon only the 
name of the educational institution or other non-profit organization and its 
hours of operation or the name and denomination of a church and its hours of 
service. 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 



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ARTICLE 63. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 8 of the 
Zoning Bylaw, NON-CONFORMING USES, STRUCTURES AND LOTS, by 
deleting therefrom subparagraph (a) of paragraph 8.7 and substituting in its 
place the following paragraph 8.7, subparagraph (a): 

(a) An existing one or two -family house may be extended, altered or 
enlarged so long as the extension, alteration or enlargement complies in all 
respects with the Area Regulations as set forth in Section 5.3.1. and . . . 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 64. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 5 of the 
Zoning Bylaw, AREA REGULATIONS, by adding thereto a new paragraph 
5.4.12 which will read as follows: 

5.4.12 MAXIMUM FLOOR AREA. Notwithstanding anything to the 
contrary contained in this bylaw, no single structure which has a total gross 
floor area in excess of Eighty Thousand (80,000) square feet shall be permitted 
in any district. 

MOVED: That Section 5 of the Zoning Bylaw, AREA REGULATIONS, 
be amended by adding thereto a new paragraph 5.4.12 which will read as follows: 

5.4.12 MAXIMUM FLOOR AREA. Notwithstanding anything to the 
contrary contained in this bylaw, no single structure which has a total gross 
floor area in excess of Eighty Thousand (80,000) square feet on any story shall 
be permitted in any district. 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 65. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow a sum of money to purchase a computer for the 
Planning Board. 

MOVED: That the sum of Two Thousand and no/100 ($2,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue for the purpose of purchasing a 
computer for the Planning Board. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 66. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 4 of the 
Zoning Bylaw, USE REGULATIONS, by deleting under the caption "Wholesale 
and Manufacturing" and opposite the description, "Above ground Storage of 
Gas and Petroleum Products", the word "no" as it appears under each of the 
eight zoning districts in the table of Use Regulations, paragraph 4.2, and substi- 
tute in their place the designation 'SP" thereby permitting above ground storage 
of gas and petroleum products in all districts by special permit. 

MOVED: That Section 4 of the Zoning Bylaw, USE REGULATIONS, be 
amended by deleting under the caption "Wholesale and Manufacturing" and 
opposite the description, "Above Ground Storage of Gas and Petroleum Prod- 
ucts ', the word "no" as it appears under each of the eight zoning districts in the 
Table of Use Regulations, paragraph 4.2, and substitute in their place the 
designation "SP" thereby permitting above ground storage of gas and petroleum 
products in all districts by special permit. 



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A 2/3 vote is required. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

Moved that this meeting stand adjourned until the Town Election on 
April 1,1995 at 8:00 A.M. 

Motion is adopted unanimously at 10:45 P.M. 



A True Record, ATTEST: 

Marion L. Douglas 
Town Clerk 



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INDEX FOR SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 
NOVEMBER 6, 1995 

ARTICLE NO. DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLE 

1 Stabilization fund - $75,000 - Adopted. 

2 Pay unpaid bills - Adopted. 

3 Account transfers — Adopted. 

4 $190,000 transferred from surplus revenue to reduce borrow- 
ing authorized under Article 23 of the Warrant for October 
24, 1994 SIM -Adopted. 

5 Borrow $75,000 to supplement grant for harbor construction 
work — Adopted. 

6 $7,000 for pc's for Selectmen's office — Adopted. 

7 $2,400 for pc for Accountant's office — Adopted. 

8 Rescind borrowing of $2,200,000.00 approved under Articles 
16 & 17 of Warrant for 5/2/88 STM - Adopted. 

9 $55,000 for computer system at Police & Fire Station — 
Adopted. 

10 $5,831.70 for design and construction of a public works 
garage — Adopted. 

1 1 $70,000 for making repairs to wastewater collection system — 
Adopted. 

12 $120,000 to expand & upgrade Town's wastewater collection 
system — Adopted. 

13 Increase in sewer use charges effective 2/1/95 — Adopted. 

14 Konohasset contract indefinitely postponed — Postponement 
Adopted. 

1 5 Amend General Bylaws — Title COA changed to Elder Affairs 
Board — Adopted. 

16 $10,500 transferred to professional service to assist Conserva- 
tion Commission — Adopted. 

17 $21 ,000 to repair James Brook tidal gate — Adopted. 

18 Amend General Bylaws — Title Executive Secretary changed 
to Town Administrator — Adopted. 

19 $5,000 for improvements to Town Hall auditorium — Adopted. 

20 Postpone amending bylaw concerning dogs — Postponement 
adopted. 

21 $3,000 for photographs of Cohasset servicemen who lost their 
lives in W.W. II, Korea & Viet Nam — Adopted. 

Article 52 was advanced. 

52 Name public places in memory of servicemen who lost their 

lives in Korea & Viet Nam — Approved. 

22 $5,000 — for engineering study relating to air conditioning 
in Paul Pratt Library — Adopted. 

23 $70,112 — for Town's share of Cohasset students attending 
So. Shore Charter School — Adopted. 

24 $8,200 — to pay installment for 1994 early retirement incen- 
tive program for teachers — Adopted, 



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25 $26,275 for salary for an additional first grade teacher — 
Approved. 

26 $12,800 to purchase a new sand spreader for the Highway 
Dept. — Approved. 

27 Postpone purchasing a street sweeper — Postponement 
adopted. 

28 $18,884 to rebuild a street sweeper — Adopted. 

29 Amend Article V, Section 1 of general bylaws & add a new 
section k — Adopted. 

30 Regulate fishing & eeling in Straits Pond — Adopted. 

31 $26,600 to purchase a cab & chassis for the Tree & Park 
Dept. — Adopted. 

32 $5,000 to replace safe in Treasurer/Collector's office — 
Adopted. 

33 Postpone appropriating $6,000 for upgrading payroll system 

— Postponement adopted. 

34 Establish a Noel A. Ripley scholarship to assist two students 
with dyslexia — Adopted. 

35 $10,000 to study options to meet educational needs of the 
community — Adopted. 

Reconsider Article 13. 

36 $19,977 to supplement Contract Services for Water Dept. 

— Adopted. 

37 Amend fee to $40 for backflow prevention inspections — 
Adopted. 

38 $30,000 transferred to Water Dept. for unemployment claims 

— Adopted. 

39 $55,000 transferred from maturing debt to fund equipment at 
Water Dept. — Adopted. 

40 Postpone amending Article VII, by adding Section 36, Noise 
Control — Postponement adopted. 

41 $95,000 to pay legal fees for CHL - Adopted. 

42 Postpone appropriating money for testing groundwater for 
pollution — Postponement adopted. 

43 New field adjacent to CHS be named Cohasset Alumni Field 

— Adopted. 

44 $60,000 to install bleachers at the new field - Adopted. 

45 Postpone renaming Bancroft Milliken Field — Postponement 
adopted. 

46 $14,700 completing renovations to Milliken Field — Adopted. 

47 $10,000 to fill diesel and gas tanks - Adopted. 

48 Board of Selectmen authorized to lease North Cohasset Fire 
Station — Adopted. 

49 Amend zoning bylaw by inserting definition of fast food 
restaurant — Adopted. 

50 Amend Article 29 of the Annual Town Meeting of March 25, 
1995 -Adopted. 

51 Amend sections of general bylaws making them consistent 
with appointment of PubHc Works Superintendent — 
Approved. 

54 Amend Article IX of General Bylaws, Harbor (ii) of Section 2 

— Adopted. 



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SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 



NOVEMBER 6, 1995 

At the Special Town Meeting held on Monday, November 6, 1995 at the 
Cohasset High School Auditorium at 7:30 P.M. the following articles were con- 
tained in the Warrant and acted upon as recorded. 

Checkers appointed and sworn in by the Town Clerk, Marion L. Douglas 
at 7:00 P.M. were Jacquelyn McGuire, Janice Rosano and Jeanne McAuliffe. 

Tellers appointed by the Moderator, George L. Marlette, III were 
Constance Jones, Louise Flint, Arthur Lehr, and Raymond Buckley. 

The Moderator called the meeting to order at 7:55 P.M. and a quorum of 
100 was present at that time. He had examined the call of the meeting and 
found it to be in order. The number of registered voters checked in on the voting 
lists totaled 198. The Moderator called the pledge of allegiance. 

A progress report of the Cemetery Committee was given by Chairman 
Joseph Jerz. The report of the Sidewalk Study Committee was given by Chair- 
man Peter Pearce. 

ARTICLE I. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from 
available funds, or borrow a sum of money to be added to the Stabilization 
Fund. 

MOVED: That the sum of Seventy-five Thousand and no/ 100 
($75,000.00) Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue to be added to the 
Stabilization Fund. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 2. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow a sum of money for the purpose of paying the 
unpaid bills itemized below and relating to prior fiscal years. 

Vendor Department Amount 

Cohasset Hardware Harbormaster 15.30 

Cohasset Water Harbormaster 197.32 

Group Practice Plan School Dept. 450.00 

J. M. Litton Fire Dept. 1 ,200.00 

Moore Medical Police Dept. 409.59 

Duplitron Selectmen 89.95 

Whitewater, Inc. Water Dept. 1 ,65 1 .29 

S. S. Auto Parts Board of Health 18.23 

MOVED: That the sum of Two Thousand, Three Hundred Eighty-one 
and no /1 00 ($2,381.00) Dollars be raised and appropriated from taxation for 
the purpose of paying the bills itemized below and relating to prior fiscal years: 



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Vendor 


Department 


Amount 


Cohasset Hardware 


Harbormaster 


15.30 


Cohasset Water 


Harbormaster 


197.32 


Group Practice Plan 


School Department 


450.00 


J. M. Litton 


Fire Department 


1,200.00 


Moore Medical 


Police Department 


409.59 


Duplitron 


Selectmen 


89.95 


S. S. Auto Part 


Board of Health 


18.32 



and that the sum of One Thousand, Six Hundred Fifty-two and no/ 100 
($1,652.00) Dollars be transferred from water revenue for the purpose of paying 
the unpaid bill itemized below and relating to a prior fiscal year: 

Vendor Department Amount 

Whitewater, Inc. Water Department 1,652.00 

A 9/10 vote is required. 
Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 3. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or transfer from current appropriations the following sums 
of money to supplement current fiscal year 1996 appropriations as indicated in 
the following table : 

Accounts from which Accounts which are 

transfers are made to be supplemented Amount 

Surplus Revenue Police Personal Service 19,550.00 

Overlay Surplus Assessor Expense 3,500.00 

Recreation Personal Service Town Clerk Personal Service 506.00 

Recreation Expense Town Clerk Expense 930.00 

Taxation Unemployment Compensation 20,615.00 

MOVED: That the sum of Twenty-four Thousand, Two Hundred Seventy 
and no/ 100 ($24,270.00) Dollars be raised and appropriated from taxation. 
Nineteen Thousand, Five Hundred Fifty and no/100 ($19,550.00) Dollars to be 
used to supplement the Police Personnel Service Account and Four Thousand, 
Seven Hundred Twenty and no/ 100 ($4,720.00) Dollars to be used to supple- 
ment the Unemployment Compensation Account; and the following amounts 
be appropriated and transferred to supplement current fiscal year appropriations 
as follows: 

Accounts from which Accounts which are 

transfers are made to be supplemented Amount 

Overlay Surplus Assessor Expense 3,500.00 

Recreation Personal Service Town Clerk Service 506.00 

Recreation Expense Town Clerk Expense 930.00 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

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ARTICLE 4. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer 
from available funds a sum of money to reduce the borrowing authorized under 
Article 23 of the Warrant for the October 24, 1994 Special Town Meeting, as 
amended by Article 9 of the Warrant for the March 25, 1995 Special Town 
Meeting. 

MOVED: That the sum of One Hundred Ninety Thousand ($190,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue for the purpose of reducing the bor- 
rowing authorized under Article 23 of the Warrant for the October 24, 1994 
Special Town Meeting, as amended by Article 9 of the Warrant for the March 
25, 1995 Special Town Meeting. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 5. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from 
available funds or borrow a sum of money to be added to those funds appro- 
priated under Article 20 of the Warrant for the October 24, 1994 Special Town 
Meeting increasing the Town's share and supplementing a grant from the Com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts for dredging, engineering, permitting and construc- 
tion relating to Cohasset Harbor. 

MOVED: That the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Select- 
men, be authorized to borrow the sum of Seventy-five Thousand and no/ 100 
($75,000.00) Dollars to be added to those funds appropriated under Article 20 
of the Warrant for the October 24, 1994 Special Town Meeting increasing the 
Town's share and supplementing a grant from the Commonwealth of Massachu- 
setts for dredging, engineering, permitting and construction relating to Cohasset 
Harbor. 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 6. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from 
available funds or borrow a sum of money to purchase personal computers for 
the Selectmen's office and related equipment and software. 

MOVED: That the sum of Seven Thousand and no/100 ($7,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue for the purpose of purchasing 
personal computers for the Selectmen's office and related equipment and 
software. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 7. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from 
available funds or borrow a sum of money for the purchase of a personal com- 
puter for the Town Accountant's office. 

MOVED: That the sum of Two Thousand, Four Hundred and no/ 100 
($2,400.00) Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue for the purpose of pur- 
chasing a personal computer for the Town Accountant's office and related 
equipment and software. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 8. To see if the Town will vote to rescind the authorization 
to borrow the sum of One MiUion, Two Hundred Thousand and no/ 100 
($1,200,000.00) Dollars as approved under Article 16 of the Warrant for the 



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May 2, 1988 Special Town Meeting and as approved under Article 17 of the 
Warrant for the May 2, 1988 Special Town Meeting. 

MOVED: That the authorization to borrow the sum of Two Million, Two 
Hundred Thousand and no/ 100 ($2,200,000.00) Dollars, as approved under 
Articles 16 and 17 of the Warrant for the May 2, 1988 Special Town Meeting, 
be and it hereby is rescinded. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 9. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from 
available funds, or borrow the sum of Fifty-five Thousand and no/ 100 
($55,000.00) Dollars to purchase and install a computer system for the PoHce 
Department and the Fire Department. 

MOVED: That the sum of Fifty-five Thousand and no/100 ($55,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue for the purpose of purchasing and 
installing a computer system for the Police Department and the Fire Department. 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 10. To see if the Town will transfer the sum of Five Thousand, 
Eight Hundred Thirty-one and 70/100 ($5,831.70) Dollars from amounts appro- 
priated under Article 35 of the Warrant for the March 27, 1993 Special Town 
Meeting to be used for the design and construction of a public works garage. 

MOVED: That the sum of Five Thousand, Eight Hundred Thirty-one and 
70/100 ($5,831.70) Dollars appropriated under Article 35 of the Warrant for 
the March 27, 1993 Annual Town Meeting be transferred to be used for the 
design and construction of a public works garage. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE n. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow a sum of money to make repairs to the Town's 
wastewater collection system as recommended in its engineer's Draft Report 
dated August, 1995. 

MOVED: That the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Select- 
men, be authorized to borrow the sum of Seventy Thousand and no/ 100 
($70,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of making repairs to the Town's waste- 
water collection system as recommended in an engineer's Draft Report dated 
August, 1995. 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 12. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow a sum of money to implement additional con- 
ceptual and preliminary design evaluation requirements pertaining to the expan- 
sion and upgrade of the Town's wastewater collection, treatment, and disposal 
facilities. 

MOVED: That the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Select- 
men, be authorized to borrow the sum of One Hundred Twenty Thousand and 
no/ 100 ($120,000.00) Dollars to be used to implement additional conceptual 
and preliminary design evaluation requirements pertaining to the expansion and 
upgrade of the Town's wastewater collection system and disposal facilities. 



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A 2/3 vote is required. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 13. To see if the Town will vote to approve an increase in the 
sewer use charges to be effective December 1, 1995 as set forth in the following 
table: 

Item Present Fee Proposed Fee 

First 1,095 cubic feet $28.91 

per quarter (minimum charge) 

Connection fee per quarter — $35.00 

Charge per 100 cubic feet of flow 2.91 3.70 

MOVED: That there be an increase in the sewer use charges to be effec- 
tive December 1, 1995 as set forth in the following table: 

Item Present Fee Proposed Fee 

First 1 ,095 cubic feet $28.9 1 

per quarter (minimum charge) 

Connection fee per quarter — $35.00 

Charge per 1 00 cubic feet 2.9 1 3.70 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 14. To see if the Town will vote to accept a Collective Bargain- 
ing Agreement by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Konohasset Cleri- 
cal and Custodial Association, and to see what sum of money the Town will vote 
to raise and appropriate or transfer from available funds to effectuate the 
Agreement. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 15. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article V of the 
General Bylaws, APPOINTED STANDING TOWN BOARDS & COMMITTEES, 

by deleting all reference in Section 6 to the title "Council on Aging" and sub- 
stituting in its place the title "Elder Affairs Board" and similarly, any reference 
throughout Section 6 or in the index to the General Bylaws to the words "Coun- 
cil on Aging" be deleted and the words "Elder Affairs Board" be substituted in 
their place. 

MOVED: That Article V of the General Bylaws, APPOINTED STAND- 
ING TOWN BOARDS & COMMITTEES, be amended by deleting all reference 
in Section 6 to the title "Council on Aging" and substituting in its place the 
title "Elder Affairs Board" and by deleting any reference throughout Section 6 
or in the index to the General Bylaws to the words "Council on Aging" and 
substituting therefor the words "Elder Affairs Board". 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 



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ARTICLE 16. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow a sum of money to be used for professional ser- 
vices to assist the Conservation Commission in administering the Wetlands 
Protection Act, Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 131, Section 40. 

MOVED: That the sum of Ten Thousand, Five Hundred and no/ 100 be 
appropriated to be used for professional services to assist the Conservation Com- 
mission in administering the Wetlands Protection Act, Massachusetts General 
Laws, Chapter 131, Section 40, and to meet the appropriation. Eight Thousand 
and no/ 100 ($8,000.00) Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue and Two 
Thousand, Five Hundred and no/ 100 ($2,500.00) Dollars be transferred from 
the Wetlands Fund. 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 17. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow a sum of money to supplement funds appro- 
priated under Article 11 of the Warrant for the 1995 Annual Town Meeting 
to allow for the expansion of the scope of work authorized under that article to 
include repairs to the James Brook tidal gate and work related thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of Twenty-one Thousand and no/ 100 
($21,000.00) Dollars be transferred from the Waterways Fund to supplement 
funds appropriated under Article 11 of the Warrant for the 1995 Annual Town 
Meeting allowing for the expansion of the scope of work authorized under the 
article to include repairs to the James Brook tidal gate and work related thereto. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 18. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article IV, Section 
1 of the General Bylaws, APPOINTED TOWN OFFICERS, by deleting all refer- 
ences in Section 1 to the title "Executive Secretary" and substituting in its place 
and stead the title "Town Administrator", and similarly, any reference through- 
out Section 1, other provisions of the General Bylaws, or the Index to the Gen- 
eral Bylaws to the words "Executive Secretary" be deleted and the words 
"Town Administrator" be substituted in their place. 

MOVED: That Article IV, Section 1 of the General Bylaws, APPOINTED 
TOWN OFFICERS, be amended by deleting all references in Section 1 to the 
title "Executive Secretary" and substituting in its place and stead the title 
"Town Administrator", and by deleting any reference throughout Section 1, or 
other provisions of the General Bylaws, or the Index to the General Bylaws to 
the words "Executive Secretary" and substituting in their place the words 
"Town Administrator". 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 19. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow a sum of money to be added to funds appro- 
priated under Article 28 of the Warrant for the 1995 Annual Town Meeting and 
to expand the scope of work to include new lighting, energy saving fans, window 
treatments and related improvements to the Town Hall Auditorium. 



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MOVED: That the sum of Five Thousand and no/100 (55,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue to be added to funds appropriated 
under Article 28 of the Warrant for the 1995 Annual Town Meeting allowing for 
the expansion of the scope of work to include new lighting, energy saving fans, 
window treatments and related improvements to the Town Hall Auditorium. 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 20. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article VII of the 
General Bylaws, SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, by adding to Section 12 
thereof, paragraph (n) which shall read as follows: 

■'Upon receipt of a written complaint that a dog or other animal is a nui- 
sance by reason of vicious disposition, excessive barking, other disturbance or 
annoyance, including, but not limited to the violation of a permanent restraining 
order, or biting of humans, the Board of Selectmen miay, after investigating the 
facts and holding a pubHc hearing, order the restraint or disposal of such dog. 
Nothing in this paragraph shall be deemed to limit the authority of the Board of 
Selectmen under Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 140, Section 157 to 
pursue other remedies or impose other penalties. 

MOVED: That this article be indefmitely postponed. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 2L To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow a sum of money for the purpose of procuring 
photographs of all Cohasset servicemen who lost their Hves in World War II, 
Korea and Viet Nam. The photographs are to be hung on the wall of the Audi- 
torium at Town Hall with the photographs of the five men who lost their lives 
in World War I; such photographs shall be so placed in perpetuity; and the 
money authorized hereunder shall be expended under the direction of the Town 
Veteran's Agent. 

MOVED: That the sum of Three Thousand and no/100 (S3,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue for the purpose of procuring photo- 
graphs of all Cohasset servicemen who lost their lives in World War II, Korea and 
Viet Nam. The photographs are to be hung on the rear wall of the Auditorium 
at Town Hall with the photographs of the five men who lost their lives in World 
War I; such photographs shall be so placed in perpetuity; and the money autho- 
rized hereunder shall be expended under the direction of the Town Veteran's 
Agent. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

Motion by Glenn Pratt: MOVED: That Article 52 be advanced for 
immediate consideration. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 52. Citizens Article. 

1 . Thomas Wigmore 

2. David H. Wadsworth 

3. Janice M. Rosano 

4. Ernest G. Wiggins 

5. Ellen M. Freda 

6. Noel Ripley 



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7. Wigmore A. Pierson 

8. Barbara L. Dillon 

9. James Watson 

10. Joseph R. McElroy 

To see if the Town will name the following squares, parks, and public 
places in memorial to the following Veterans of the Korean Conflict and the 
Viet Nam War who were killed during their service tour; 

1. The junction of Pond Street and Lantern Lane to be named Craig M. 
Simeone Square. 

2. The junction of Summer Street and Blackhorse Lane to be named 
Allen F. Keating Square. 

3. The junction of North Main Street and Joy Place to be named John 
Paul Lyon Square. 

4. The westerly junction of Beechwood Street and Norman Todd Road 
to be named William C. Laidlaw Square. 

5. The junction of Elm Street and Highland Avenue extension to be 
named Dennis J. Reardon Square. 

6. The junction of Doane Street and Church Street to be named Peter 
Cogill Square. 

7. The junction of Parker Avenue at the boat ramp and the town parking 
area to be named R. Edward Maree Square. 

8. The junction of Jerusalem Road and Gammons Road to be named 
Peter J. Albiani Jr. Square. 

9. The junction of Jerusalem Road and Red Gate Lane to be named 
C. David Strout Square; 

and that to create a memorial of enduring value to all who may be interested 
especially the youth of succeeding generations that the next published narrative 
history of Cohasset tell the story of these men and where they served, and 
preserve it for the information of all to come after, and that the pubUcation be 
dedicated to the memory of these brave men. 

MOVED: That the following squares, parks, and public places be named 
in memory of the following veterans who were killed in the Korean Conflict 
or the Viet Nam War during their respective tours of duty: 

1. The junction of Pond Street and Lantern Lane to be named Craig M, 
Simeone Square. 

2. The junction of Summer Street and Blackhorse Lane to be named 
Allen F. Keating Square. 

3. The junction of North Main Street and Joy Place to be named John 
Paul Lyon Square. 

4. The westerly junction of Beechwood Street and Norman Todd Road 
to be named WiUiam C. Laidlaw Square. 

5. The junction of Elm Street and Highland Avenue extension to be 
named Dennis J. Reardon Square. 

6. The junction of Doane Street and Church Street to be named Peter 
Cogill Square. 



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7. The junction of Parker Avenue at the boat ramp and the town parking 
area to be named R. Edward Maree Square. 

8. The junction of Jerusalem Road and Gammons Road to be named 
Peter J. Albiani Jr. Square. 

9. The junction of Jerusalem Road and Red Gate Lane to be named 
C. David Strout Square; 

and that to create a memorial of enduring value to all who may be interested 
especially the youth of succeeding generations that the next pubUshed narrative 
history of Cohasset tell the story of these men and where they served, and 
preserve it for the information of all to come after, and that the publication be 
dedicated to the memory of these brave men. 
Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 22. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow the sum of Five Thousand and no/ 100 
($5,000.00) Dollars to design and/or install air conditioning at the Paul Pratt 
Memorial Library. 

MOVED: That the sum of Five Thousand and no/100 ($5,000.00) 
Dollars be appropriated for the purpose of an engineering study and the prepara- 
tion of plans and specifications relating to central air conditioning for the Paul 
Pratt Memorial Library, and to meet the appropriation. Six Hundred and no/100 
($600.00) Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue and Four Thousand, Four 
Hundred and no/ 100 ($4,400.00) Dollars be transferred from amounts appro- 
priated under Article 3 of the Warrant for the 1995 Annual Town Meeting — 
Library Budget, Capital Outlay. 

Motion is adopted. 

At this time the Moderator recognized Senator Robert Hedlund. 

ARTICLE 23. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow a sum of money to be used to fund expenses 
incurred as a result of the Cohasset students attending the South Shore Charter 
School. 

MOVED: That the sum of Seventy Thousand, One Hundred Twelve and 
no/100 ($70,112.00) Dollars be raised and appropriated from taxation for the 
Town's share of the cost of Cohasset students attending the South Shore Charter 
School. 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 24. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow the sum of Eight Thousand, Two Hundred and 
no/ 100 ($8,200.00) Dollars to pay the first installment for the 1994 Early 
Retirement Incentive Program for teachers. 

MOVED: That the sum of Eight Thousand Two Hundred and no/ 100 
($8,200.00) Dollars be raised and appropriated from taxation to pay the first 
installment for the 1994 Early Retirement Incentive Program for Teachers. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 



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ARTICLE 25. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow the sum of Twenty-six Thousand, Two Hundred 
Seventy-five and no/ 100 ($26,275.00) Dollars to pay for the salary of an addi- 
tional teacher at the first grade level. 

MOVED: That the sum of Twenty-six Thousand, Two Hundred Seventy- 
five and no/ 100 ($26,275.00) Dollars be raised and appropriated from taxation 
to pay for the salary of an additional teacher at the first grade level. 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 26. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow the sum of Twelve Thousand, Eight Hundred 
and no/ 100 ($12,800.00) Dollars for the purpose of purchasing a new stainless 
steel sand spreader to be used by the Highway Department and authorize the 
trade-in of a 1986 sand spreader currently used by the Highway Department. 

MOVED: That the sum of Twelve Thousand, Eight Hundred and no/ 100 
($12,800.00) Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue for the purpose of 
purchasing a new stainless steel sand spreader to be used by the Highway Depart- 
ment and that the trade-m of a 1986 sand spreader currently used by the High- 
way Department be and it hereby is authorized. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 27. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow the sum of Eighty-two Thousand and no/ 100 
($82,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of purchasing an Elgin street sweeper for 
the Highway Department. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 28. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow the sum of Eighteen Thousand, Eight Hundred 
Eighty-three and 52/100 ($18,883.52) Dollars for the purpose of rebuilding a 
1984 Elgin street sweeper. 

MOVED: That the sum of Eighteen Thousand, Eight Hundred Eighty- 
four and no/ 100 ($18,884.00) Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue for 
the purpose of rebuilding a 1984 Elgin street sweeper. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 29. Citizen's Article. 

1. F. Roy Fitzsimmons 

2. Leonora C. Jenkins 

3. Gerry Farwell 

4. Richard W. Farwell 

5. John S. Collins 

6. William E.KeUey 

7. Edward J. Dillon 

8. David H. Leahy, Jr. 

9. Raymond Kasperowicz 
10. James W. Lagrotteria 



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To see if the Town will vote to amend Article V, Section 1 of the General 
Bylaws by inserting the following new subsection: 

(k) No collective bargaining agreement shall be considered at a Town 
Meeting or a Special Town Meeting that will consider appropriating the neces- 
sary monies to fund the cost items contained in said agreement unless said agree- 
ment has been presented to the Advisory Committee no later than thirty days 
prior to the start of said meeting. 

MOVED: That Article V of the General Bylaws, APPOINTED STAND- 
ING BOARDS AND COMMITTEES, be amended by adding to Section 1 thereof 
a new subsection (k) which shall read as follows : 

(k) No collective bargaining agreement shall be considered at a Town 
Meeting or at a Special Town Meeting that will consider appropriating the neces- 
sary monies to fund the cost items contained in said agreement unless that agree- 
ment has been presented to the Advisory Committee no later than thirty (30) 
days prior to the start of said meeting. 

AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE 29: 

MOVED: That the main motion under Article 29 be amended by deleting 
the period "thirty days" and substituting in its place the period "fourteen days." 
MOVED: To stop debate on this article. 
A 2/3 vote is required. 
Motion is adopted to stop debate. 
Motion to amend is defeated. 
Article under the main motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 30. To see if the Town will vote to petition the Director of the 
Division of Marine Fisheries of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for the 
right to control, regulate and/or prohibit fishing and eeling in Straits Pond, all in 
accordance with Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 130, Section 94. 

MOVED: That the Board of Selectmen be authorized and directed to 
petition the Director of the Division of Marine Fisheries of the Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts as provided in Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 130, Sec- 
tion 94 for the right to control, regulate and/or prohibit fishing and eeling in 
Straits Pond. 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 31. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow the sum of Twenty-six Thousand, Six Hundred 
and no/100 (S26,600.00) Dollars for the purpose of purchasing a cab and chassis 
for the Tree, Park and Cemetery Department and authorize the trade-in of a 
1984 cab and chassis currently used by the Tree, Park and Cemetery Department. 

MOVED: That the sum of Twenty-six Thousand, Six Hundred and 
no/ 100 ($26,600.00) Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue for the pur- 
pose of purchasing a cab and chassis for the Tree, Park and Cemetery Depart- 
ment and to trade-in a 1984 cab and chassis currently used by the Tree, Park 
and Cemetery Department be and it hereby is authorized. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 



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ARTICLE 32. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow a sum of money for the purpose of replacing the 
existing safe in the Treasurer/Collector's office. 

MOVED: That the sum of Five Thousand and no/100 ($5,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue for the purpose of replacing the 
existing safe in the Treasurer/Collector's office. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 33. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow the sum of Six Thousand and no/ 100 
($6,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of upgrading the existing in-house payroll 
system. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

MOVED: This this meeting be adjourned until 7:30 P.M. on November 7, 
1995 at the Cohasset High School Auditorium. 

Motion is adopted unanimously at 10:55 P.M. 



TUESDAY EVENING - NOVEMBER 7, 1995 



Monday night checkers previously appointed by the Town Clerk reported 
to work at 7:00 P.M. and tellers previously appointed by the Moderator reported 
to work at 7:30 P.M. The Moderator called the meeting to order at 7:50 P.M. 
and a quorum of 100 was present at that time. A total of 151 registered voters 
were checked in. 

ARTICLE 34. To see if the Town will accept a gift of a scholarship to be 
known as the "Noel A. Ripley Scholarship" to be used for the benefit of 
Cohasset High School students or residents to continue the pursuit of scholastic 
or vocational education. The principal of the fund shall be held in perpetuity, 
and only the interest shall be used for the purpose as stated herein. The interest 
shall be used each year to assist two students diagnosed as having dyslexia. The 
recipients are to be selected by the Superintendent of Schools, and the criteria 
for selection shall include personal merit and future development, not grade 
point average or athletic ability. 

MOVED: That the Town accept a gift of a scholarship to be known as 
the "Noel A. Ripley Scholarship" to be used for the benefit of Cohasset High 
School students or residents to continue the pursuit of scholastic or vocational 
education. The principal of the fund shall be held in perpetuity, and only the 
interest shall be used for the purpose as stated herein. The interest shall be used 
each year to assist two students diagnosed as having dyslexia. The recipients are 
to be selected by the Superintendent of Schools, and the criteria for selection 
shall be personal merit and the potential for future scholastic or vocational 
success, not grade point average or athletic ability. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 



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ARTICLE 35. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow a sum of money to further study options to 
meet the educational needs of the community and to identify the most appro- 
priate option to meet these needs. 

MOVED: That the sum of Ten Thousand and no/100 ($10,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue for the purpose of studying and 
identifying the most appropriate option to meet the educational needs of the 
community. 

Motion is adopted. 

MOVED: That the requirements of Article II, Section 5, paragraph (k) 
of the General Bylaws be waived to permit a reconsideration of Article 13. 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

Motion is adopted unanimously, 

Edward Guild moved to reconsider Article 13. 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

Motion to reconsider is adopted unanimously. 

MOVED: That there be an increase in the sewer use charges to be effec- 
tive December 1, 1995 set forth in the following table: 

Item Fee Present Fee Proposed 

First 1 ,095 cubic feet - $28.9 1 

per quarter (minimum charge) 

Connection fee per quarter — $35.00 

Charge per 100 cubic 2.91 3.70 

Amendment offered by Edward Guild. 

MOVED: That the main motion under Article 13 be amended by deleting 
the date December 1, 1995 and substituting the date February 1, 1996. 
MOVED: To stop debate on this article. 
Motion to stop debate was voted unanimously. 
Motion to amend is adopted unanimously. 
Main motion as amended is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 36. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow a sum of money to be transferred to Water 
Department Budget — General Expenses for the purpose of supplementing 
"Contract Services. 

MOVED: That the sum of Nineteen Thousand, Seven Hundred Seventy- 
seven and no/ 100 ($19,777.00) Dollars be transferred from water revenue to 
Water Department Budget - General Expenses for the purpose of supplementing 
"Contract Services." 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 37. To see if the Town will vote to amend the current 
schedule of water rates by adjusting and reducing the Fifty and no/ 100 ($50.00) 
Dollar assessment fee to be paid by commercial users of the water system to 
defray the cost of backflow prevention inspections as mandated by the Com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts backflow prevention program. 



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MOVED: That the schedule of water rates be amended by reducing from 
Fifty and no/100 ($50.00) dollars to Forty and no /lOO ($40.00) Dollars the 
fee to be paid by commercial users of the water system to defray the cost of 
backflow prevention inspections as mandated by the Commonwealth of Massa- 
chusetts backflow prevention program. 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 38. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow a sum of money to transfer to the Water Depart- 
ment Budget — General Expenses for the purpose of paying unemployment 
compensation claims. 

MOVED: That the sum of Thirty Thousand and no/100 ($30,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from water revenue to the Water Department Budget — 
General Expenses for the purpose of paying unemployment compensation 
claims. 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 39. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow a sum of money to fund an equipment replace- 
ment account for capital expenditures in accordance with the contract for the 
operation of the Water Department facilities. 

MOVED: That the sum of Fifty-five Thousand and no/ 100 ($55,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from maturing debt principal for the purpose of funding 
an equipment replacement account for capital expenditures in accordance with 
the contract for the operation of the Water Department facilities. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 40. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article VII of the 
General Bylaws, SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, by adding a new Section 36 
which shall read as follows : 

Section 36. Control of Noise Causing Public Nuisance. 

(a) The purpose of this Section 36, generally, is the control of noise and 
the abatement of instances of Public Nuisance. 

(b) The definition of PubHc Nuisance used in this Section shall be that 
contained elsewhere in this Article, at Section 27, "Alarm System Regulations", 
subsection (a) (v), "PubHc Nuisance", as being "anything which annoys, injures 
or endangers the comfort, repose, health or safety of any persons of any com- 
munity or neighborhood". 

(c) No person, except as provided thereunder in Paragraph (f) shall 
engage in temporary construction or maintenance related activities which tend 
to cause transient instances of PubUc Nuisance except between the hours of 
7:00 A.M. and 7.00 P.M. on weekdays and Saturdays. 

(d) No person, except as provided thereunder in subsection (f), shall 
engage in temporary construction or maintenance related activities which tend 
to cause transient instances of Public Nuisance at any time on Sundays. 

(e) Activities classified as temporary construction or maintenance shall 
include, but not be limited to: 

(i) Exterior carpentry on, or the construction of, residential 
dwellings or commercial buildings. 



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(ii) The moving or removal of earth, gravel, sand, stone, rock, or 
masonry using earth moving equipment, and/or other heavy equipment. 

(iii) Blasting. 
(f) Nothing in this section shall be applicable to activities of a routine 
maintenance nature conducted by a resident at his own place of residence, and/ 
or conducted by persons hired by a resident to work at such place of residence. 
Such activities include: 

(i) Law mowing, leaf blowing, vegetation trimming, and like work, 
(ii) Landscaping not involving heavy equipment or machinery, 
(iii) Minor carpentry, repairs, or maintenance not requiring the 
issuance of a Building Permit. 

MOVED: That this article be indefmitely postponed. 
Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 41. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow a sum of money for the payment of environ- 
mental legal fees to special municipal counsel in connection with environmental 
law matters pertaining to or arising out of the Cohasset Heights Landfill. 

MOVED: That the sum of Ninety-five Thousand and no/100 ($95,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue for the payment of environmental 
legal fees to special municipal counsel and such other specialists as such counsel 
shall deem appropriate to represent the Town's interest in connection with 
environmental law matters pertaining to or arising out of the Cohasset Heights 
Landfill. 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 42. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds or borrow a sum of money for the purpose of testing 
ground and surface water for pollution in environmentally sensitive areas of the 
Town. 

MOVED: That this article be indefmitely postponed. 

Motion is adopted. 

MOVED: By Wayne Sawchuk that Article 53 be advanced for immediate 
consideration. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 53. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow the sum of Twenty-five Thousand and no/100 
($25,000.00) Dollars to complete the construction of the new 400-meter track 
at the field adjacent to the High School. 

MOVED: That the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Select- 
men, be authorized to borrow the sum of Twenty-five Thousand and no/ 100 
($25,000.00) Dollars to complete the construction of the new 400-meter track 
at the field adjacent to the High School. 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 



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ARTICLE 43. To see if the Town will vote to name the new 400 meter 
track and field being constructed adjacent to the Cohasset High School as the 
"Cohasset Alumni Field". 

MOVED: That the new 400-meter track and field being constructed adja- 
cent to the Cohasset High School be and it hereby is named "Cohasset Alumni 
Field." 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 44. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow the sum of Sixty Thousand and no/ 100 
($60,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of paying the cost of installing permanent 
bleachers on the High School side of the new field being constructed adjacent to 
Cohasset High School. 

MOVED: That the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Select- 
men, be authorized to borrow the sum of Sixty Thousand and no/ 100 
($60,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of acquiring and installing permanent 
bleachers on the High School side of the new field being constructed adjacent 
to Cohasset High School. 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

A hand count was taken. Yes 83, No 26. 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 45. To see if the Town will vote to rename "Milliken Field" as 
"Bancroft-Milliken Field" to recognize the many contributions made by the 
Bancroft family over the years. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 46. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow the sum of Eighteen Thousand and no/ 100 
($18,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of completing renovations to Milliken 
Field, including fencing around the balance of the field, the purchase of portable 
stands for baseball and other sports, removal and relocation of goal posts, and 
such other work as may be deemed necessary and incidental thereto. 

MOVED: That the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Select- 
men, be authorized to borrow the sum of Fourteen Thousand, Seven Hundred 
and no/ 100 ($14,700.00) Dollars for the purpose of completing renovations to 
Milliken Field, including fencing around the balance of the field, the purchase of 
portable stands for baseball and other sports, removal and relocation of goal 
posts, and such other work as may be deemed necessary and incidental thereto. 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

A hand count was taken. Yes 93, No 5 . 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 47. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer 
from available funds, or borrow the sum of Ten Thousand and no/100 
($10,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of filling the new Town diesel and gasoline 
tanks. 



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MOVED: That the sum of Ten Thousand and no/100 ($10,000.00) 
Dollars be raised and appropriated from taxation for the purpose of filling the 
new Town diesel and gasoline tanks. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 48. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of 
Selectmen to lease the property known as the "North Cohasset Fire Station", 
together with land at 245 Hull Street, shown as Lot 54 on Assessor's Map 1 for 
a period of ten years. 

MOVED: That the Board of Selectmen be authorized to lease the prop- 
erty known as the "North Cohasset Fire Station", together with land at 245 
Hull Street, shown as Lot 54 on Assessor's Map 1 for a period of up to ten years. 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 49. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 2 of the 
Zoning Bylaw, DEFINITIONS, by inserting the definition of fast food restau- 
rants as follows: 

"Fast Food Restaurant — An estabUshment whose business is the sale of 
pre-prepared or rapidly prepared food directly to the customer, intended for 
immediate consumption, on or off the premises, and usually requiring ordering 
of food at a counter or take -out window." 

and by amending the TABLE OF USE REGULATIONS, by inserting under the 
heading "Retail & Service" the following: 

Residential District Non-Residential Official & Open Space 

R-A R-B R-C DB WB HB LI OS 

Fast food 

Restaurant NO NO NO SP SP SP SP NO 

and by amending the TABLE OF USE REGULATIONS by deleting therefrom 
under the heading "Retail & Service" the use category that presently reads 
"Restaurants serving foods or beverages from within the premises" and insert- 
ing in place thereof the following: 

"Restaurants (other than fast food restaurants) serving beverages from 
within the premises." 

MOVED: That Section 2 of the Zoning Bylaw, DEFINITIONS, be 
amended by inserting the definition of fast food restaurants as follows: 

"Fast Food Restaurant — An establishment whose business is the sale 
of pre-prepared or rapidly prepared food, not cooked to order, directly to the 
customer, usually wrapped or bagged, intended for immediate consumption, on 
or off the premises, and usually requiring ordering of food at a counter or take- 
out window" and without a waiter or waitress." 

and by amending the TABLE OF USE REGULATIONS by inserting under the 
heading "Retail & Service" the following. 



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Residential District Non-Residential Official and Open Space 

R-A R-B R-C DB WB HB LI OS 

Fast food 

Restaurant NO NO NO SP SP SP SP NO 

and by amending the TABLE OF USE REGULATIONS by deleting therefrom 
under the heading "Retail & Service" the use category that presently reads 
"Restaurants serving foods or beverages from within the premises" and inserting 
in place thereof the following: 

"Restaurants (other than fast food restaurants) serving beverages from 
within the premises. 

A 2/3 vote is required. 

Hand count taken. Yes 73, No 18. 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 50. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article 29 of the 
Warrant for the 1995 Annual Town Meeting by deleting the expression, "the 
1998 Fiscal Year" as it appears therein and substituting in its place "the day 
following the 1996 annual election"; which will permit the appointment of a 
Public Works Superintendent for the ensuing fiscal year. 

MOVED: That Article 29 of the Warrant for the 1995 Annual Town 
Meeting be amended by deleting the expression, "the 1998 Fiscal Year" as it 
appears therein and substituting in its place the words "the day following the 
1996 annual election", which amendment will permit the appointment of a 
PubHc Works Superintendent as of that date. 

Motion is adopted. 

ARTICLE 51. To see if the Town will vote to amend the following sec- 
tions of the General Bylaws consistent with the appointment of a PubHc Works 
Superintendent effective as of the day following the 1996 annual election: 

ARTICLE III of the General Bylaws, ELECTED TOWN OFFICERS, by 
deleting therefrom paragraph 7(h), 

ARTICLE III of the General Bylaws, ELECTED TOWN OFFICERS, by 
deleting therefrom Section 8, Highway Surveyor, 

ARTICLE IV of the General Bylaws, APPOINTED TOWN OFFICERS, by 
deleting therefrom Section 11, SUPERINTENDENT OF TREES, PARKS & 
CEMETERIES, 

ARTICLE VII of the General Bylaws, SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, 
by deleting the words "Highway Surveyor" as it appears therein in Sections 1 
and 3 and substituting in their place in the same sections the words "Public 
Works Superintendent". 

MOVED: That the following sections of the General Bylaws be amended 
which will make them consistent with the appointment of a PubHc Works Super- 
intendent effective as of the day following the 1996 annual election: 

ARTICLE III of the General Bylaws, ELECTED TOWN OFFICERS, by 
deleting therefrom paragraph 7(h), 

ARTICLE III of the General Bylaws, ELECTED TOWN OFFICERS, by 
deleting therefrom Section 8, HIGHWAY SURVEYOR, and renumbering the 
other sections of Article III as a result of the deletion of Section 8. 



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ARTICLE IV of the General Bylaws, APPOINTED TOWN OFFICERS, by 
deleting therefrom Section 11, SUPERINTENDENT OF TREES, PARKS & 
CEMETERIES, and renumbering the other sections of Article IV as a result of 
the deletion of Section 1 1 . 

ARTICLE VII of the General Bylaws, SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, 
by deleting the words "Highway Surveyor" as it appears therein in Sections 1 
and 3 and substituting in their place in the same sections the words "Public 
Works Superintendent". 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 54. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article IX of the 
General Bylaws, HARBOR, by deleting subparagraph (ii) of Section 2, para- 
graph (a) and substituting the following : 

(ii) With respect to those portions of the Harbor outside the Federal 
navigation limits as authorized by the United States Congress from time to time, 
no permit shall be issued to a corporative, trust, partnership, joint venture, or 
other entity nor shall a permit be held in joint tenancy, tenancy in common, or 
other form of joint ownership; provided, however, that permits shall continue to 
be issued from year to year in accordance with all provisions of these Bylaws and 
regulations promulgated by the Harbor Master to those entities currently holding 
permits which operate clubs or marine-related businesses adjacent to Cohasset 
Harbor. 

MOVED: That Article IX of the General Bylaws, HARBOR, be amended 
by deleting subparagraph (ii) of Section 2, paragraph (a) and substituting the 
following : 

(ii) With respect to those portions of the Harbor outside the Federal 
navigation limits as authorized by the United States Congress from time to time, 
no permit shall be issued to a corporation, trust, partnership, joint venture, or 
other entity nor shall a permit be held in joint tenancy, tenancy in common, or 
other form of joint ownership; provided, however, that permits shall continue to 
be issued from year to year in accordance with all provisions of these Bylaws and 
regulations promulgated by the Harbor Master to those entities currently holding 
permits which operate clubs or marine -related businesses adjacent to Cohasset 
Harbor. 

Motion is adopted unanimously. 

MOVED: By Richard Henderson, Town Counsel, that this meeting be 
dissolved. 

Motion voted unanimously at 10:40 P.M. 

A True Copy, ATTEST: 

Marion L. Douglas 
Town Clerk 



105 



TOWN ELECTION - APRIL 1, 1995 



Polls opened at 8:00 A.M. 






Close 6:00 P.M. 


Total Voters 907 






Percent 18.8% 


Election officers sworn in 
A.M. were as follows: 


by the Town Clerk Marion L. Douglas 


at 7:45 


Dom Baccari 




Fred Koed 






Ruth Pratt 




Debbie Protuhs 




Katherine Lincoln 




Janet MacLure 




Janice Rosano 




Louis Flint 






Grace Tuckerman 




Jean Thompson 




Pauline Litchfield 




Custodian 










Pet. 1 


Pet. 2 


Total 


SELECTMEN FOR 3 YEARS 










Merle S. Brown 


1 


294 


313 


607 


Michael H. Sullivan 


2 


313 


285 


598 


Write-ins 










Charles Kelly 
John McNabb 










Ray Kasperowicz 
Arne Gjesteby 
Mark Bell 










Rocco Laugelle 
Roy Fitzsimmons 










Blanks 




235 


366 


601 


Total 




848 


974 


1814 


ASSESSOR FOR 3 YEARS 










Ross W. Rosano 


5 


327 


349 


676 


Write-ins 










Blanks 




97 


134 


231 


Total 




424 


483 


907 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE FOR 3 YEARS 

Ralph D. Kidder 8 

Maureen E. Jerz 9 

Write-ins 

Roy Fitzsimmons 

Hubert Vanderlugt 

Arne Gjesteby 

Judy Fitzsimmons 

Jack McCarthy 

Donna O'Donnell 

Judy Fitzsimmons 

Paula Knowles 

Blanks 

Total 



306 

276 



257 
839 



285 
274 



403 
816 



591 
550 



660 

1814 



106 



12 


321 


307 


628 


13 


334 


295 


629 


14 


325 


300 


625 




2 




2 




290 


547 


837 




1272 


1449 


2721 



Pet. 1 Pet. 2 Total 

TRUSTEES OF PAUL PRATT MEMORIAL LIBRARY FOR 3 YEARS 

Barbara M. Power 

June S. Hubbard 

Sarah R. Pease 

Write-ins 

Leonora Jenkins 

Blanks 

Total 

BOARD OF HEALTH FOR 3 YEARS 

Thomas C.Cook 17 305 312 617 

Write-ins 

Stephen R. Gaumer 

John McNabb 

Blanks 

Total 

BOARD OF HEALTH FOR 1 YEAR TO FILL AN UNEXPIRED TERM 

Robert V. Davenport 20 189 235 424 

Wrinte-Ins 







3 


119 


168 


287 


424 


480 


907 



Stephen R. Gaumer 


189 


198 


387 


Ed Connolly 




1 


1 


Blanks 


37 


247 


84 


Total 


415 


481 


896 


WATER COMMISSIONER FOR 3 YEARS 








Robert E. Kasameyer 21 


322 


299 


621 


Write-ins 








Blanks 


102 


184 


286 


Total 


424 


483 


907 



SEWER COMMISSIONER FOR 3 YEARS 

Henry A. Rattenbury 24 324 322 646 

Write-ins 



Jay Cody 




1 


1 


Blanks 


100 


160 


260 


Total 


424 


483 


907 


PLANNING BOARD FOR 5 YEARS 








John F. O'Toole 27 


290 


278 


568 


Write-ins 








Bob Martin 


2 




2 


Blanks 


132 


205 


339 


Total 


524 


483 


907 



107 



Pet. 1 Pet. 2 Total 

RECREATION COMMISSION FOR 5 YEARS 

Stephen C. Endris 30 319 309 628 

Write-ins 

Nancy A. Roth 1 1 

Blanks 104 174 278 

Total 421 483 907 



SPECIAL TOWN ELECTION - MAY 13, 1995 

Polls opened at 8:00 A.M. Closed at 6:00 P.M. 

The total voters were 2828 Percent 57% 
Absentees - Pet. 1 - 141; Pet. 2 - 135; Total of absentees - 276. 

Election officers sworn in by the Town Clerk, Marion L. Douglas at 7:45 

A.M. were as follows: 

Dominic Baccari Margaret Bates 

Grace Tuckerman Janice Rosano 

Deborah Protulis Ruth Pratt 

Janet MacLure Margaret Hernan 

Fred Koed Susan Kent 

Anthony Finegan Jenne McAuliffe 
Kathleen Rhodes 



OVERRIDE QUESTIONS 

QUESTION 1. 

Shall the Town of Cohasset be allowed to exempt from Proposition 2-1/2, 
so called, the amounts required to pay the bond issued in order to design and 
construct a public works garage on property owned by Town of Cohasset off 
Cedar Street adjacent to the Recycling and Transfer Facility: 



Yes 
No 

Blanks 
Total 





Pet. 1 


Pet. 2 


Total 


2 


826 


758 


1584 


3 


550 


566 


1116 




46 


82 


128 




1422 


1406 


2828 



108 



8 
9 


825 
550 


764 

565 


1589 
1115 




47 


77 


124 




1422 


1406 


2828 



QUESTION 2. 

Shall the Town be allowed to assess an additional Three Hundred Fifty- 
Eight Thousand and no/ 100 ($358,000.00) Dollars in real estate and personal 
property taxes for the purpose of funding the Town operating budget for the 
fiscal year beginning July 1, 1995? 

Yes 
No 

Blanks 
lotal 



RAILROAD REFERENDUM QUESTIONS 

QUESTION 1. 

Do you favor restoration of the Greenbush Branch of the Old Colony Rail- 
road line which would provide commuter rail service from the South Shore to 
Boston along the existing corridor in Braintree, Weymouth, Hingham, Cohasset 
and Scituate? 



Yes 
No 

Blanks 
Total 

QUESTION 2. 

Would you commute on the Greenbush Rail line if such service were 
available? 

Yes 
No 

Blanks 
Total 





Pet. 1 


Pet. 2 


Total 


14 


752 


631 


1383 


15 


645 


735 


1380 




25 


40 


65 




1422 


1406 


2828 



18 


713 


616 


1329 


19 


655 


741 


1396 




54 


49 


103 




1422 


1406 


2828 



The polls closed at 6:00 P.M. 

The results were declared at 8:30 P.M. 



A True Record, ATTEST: 

Marion L. Douglas 
Town Clerk 



109 



PROSPECTIVE JUROR LIST 

Pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 234 A. Section 15, the 
Prospective Juror List is available in the Town Clerk's office with the names of 
those residents who may be summoned for juror service. 

This information is available for public inspection during normal office 
hours. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Marion L. Douglas 
Town Clerk 



ELECTION OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR 1995 

The following persons were appointed Election Workers for the year 1995 
by the Board of Selectmen. 



REPUBLICANS 



DEMOCRATS 



Domenic M. Baccari 
Margaret H. Stoughton 
Grace R. Tuckerman 
Margaret M. Bates 
Ruth F. Pratt 
R. Murray Campbell 
Katherine M. Lincoln 
Janet M. MacLure 
John H. MuUett 
Margaret M. O'Donnell 
Avis M. Sweeney 
Margaret C. Chapin 



Janice M. Rosano 
Jean M. Salvador 
Linda M. Nash 
Susan Kent 
Patricia A. Walsh 
Frederick Koed 
Ronald Goodwin 
Deborah B. Protulis 
Barbara B. Valovic 
Anthony J. Finegan 
Patricia A. Laugelle 
Daniel J. Kearney 



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VITAL STATISTICS 



BIRTHS NOT PREVIOUSLY REPORTED 
Date Name of Child Parents (Mother's Maiden Name) 



1925 

Angela Nardo 

1930 

Eileen Mello 

1991 

Kristen H. Simmons 

1992 

Katherine M. Ae French 

1993 

Matthew Won Yung Swanborg 



Salvatore & Raffaella Nardob (Andracchio) 
Antonio & Mary Mello (Antoine) 
Vaughn & Christina Simmons (Matos) 
James & Donna French (Paticchio) 
Richard & Ann Swanborg (Paquin) 



BIRTHS FOR THE YEAR 1995 



Date Name of Child 



Parents (Mother's Maiden Name) 



JANUARY 


3 


Christopher J. Curley 


5 


Dorothy A. Hellar 


6 


Kristin D. Alexander 


8 


Sean S. Carr 


9 


Gabrielle M. Riou.c 


12 


Kevin M. Crawford 


17 


Maria A. CampedeUi 


17 


Zachary X. Fairbairn 


17 


Abigail L. Jenkins 


17 


Nathaniel A. Morse 


19 


JuHa M. Noble 


29 


Seamus T. Feeney 


31 


Paige M. Hoholik 


FEBRUARY 


5 


Christian A. Davis 


6 


John P. Urquhart 


15 


Luke Van Den Bos 


18 


Laura E. Hebb 


22 


Nicholas K. Brown 


23 


Sarah N. Fredey 


28 


Abigail A. Carrier 


MARCH 


2 


Alyssa C. MasHn 


3 


Foster D. Eymer 


6 


CaitHn M. Havilia 


6 


Susan M. Colpoys 



James & Jennifer Curley (Powers) 
Paul & Lisa Hellar (McAdams) 
David & Cynthia Alexander (Green) 
Sean & Arlene Carr (Quintans) 
David & Cassandra Rioux (Roshko) 
David & Bernadette Crawford (Feeney) 
Louis & Beryl CampedelH (Darrach) 
Eric & Sharon Fairbairn (Gill) 
Walter & Deana Palombo-Jenkins (Palombo) 
Samuel & Patricia Morse (Wiser) 
Howard & Stephanie Noble (Bowler) 
Stephen & June Feeney (Marshall) 
John & Audrey Hoholik (Saint Germain) 

Paul & Carol Davis (Costello) 
Charles & Joanne Urquhart (Mansfield) 
Guido Van Den Bos & Karen Poelstra 
Stuart & Elizabeth Bebb (Dougherty) 
Paul & Regina Brown (Theis) 
Steven & Tracy Fredey (Coughlin) 
Stephen & Mary Carrier (McMahon) 

Gerald & Anne Maslin (Beasley) 
Douglas & Selene Carlo-Bymer (Carlo) 
Ronald & Susan MaviHa (Buckley) 
William Colpoys & Sheilah Cavanaugh 



11 



MARCH (Continued) 

9 Andrew T. Barrett 

11 KyleJ.Knurek 

12 Caroline C. Neaves 

14 Brendan P. Tarpey 

16 Whitney R. Malone 

17 Sara C. Campedelli 

20 Christian M. Bumstead 

21 Christine R. Chase 
25 Joseph M. Silvia 
27 Sarah E. Karp 

30 Michael C . Livingstone 
APRIL 

4 Robert J. Hillman 

5 John J. Leahy 

7 John D. Rooney 

12 Michael R. O'Brien 

18 EvanD. Ackley 
18 Cole C. Addison 

23 Zoe C. Nugent 
MAY 

15 Perry E. Burdon 

1 6 John Michael Mills 

17 Mary K. McKelvey 

24 Cody M. Piepenbrink 
JUNE 

4 John G. Kuppens 

6 Henry F. Holmes 
9 Brittany S. Leger 

10 Ryan J. McGovern 

15 Lauren J. McLellan 

15 Nicole K.Lund 

17 Axel H. Seppala 

20 Zachary Tyler Washak 

21 Katerina A. Eckblom 

22 Kelsey S. McCunney 
JULY 

3 Carlson L. Giddings 

15 Lauren J. McLellan 

14 Lucy C. Farrell 

21 Samuel T. Asnault 

31 Taylor B. Lessard 
AUGUST 

2 Charlotte M. Cooper 

6 Kirsten M. Robinson 

9 Daniel L. Tangherlini 

10 William H. Golden 

10 Grace Anne Pozniak 

10 Mark C. McKenna 



Thomas & Elinore Barrett (Kelley) 
Robert & Jennifer Knurek (Keen) 
Fred & Vicky Neaves (Chapman) 
Paul & Lorraine Tarpey (Carroll) 
Dale & Emily Malone (Rowland) 
Dominic & Diane CampedelU (Musetti) 
Douglas & Lisa Bumstead (Lajocomo) 
Mark & Laura Chase (McKeever) 
Jack & Ann Silvia (Barunas) 
Michael & Rowena Karp (Clay) 
William & Jean Livingstone (Keiran) 

Robert & Margaret Hillman (Neeser) 
Edward & Gina Leahy (Cornacchio) 
William & Amy Rooney (Cifrino) 
Michael & Janice O'Brien (Baggett) 
Kim & Lori Ackley (Catler) 
Bruce & Wendy Addison (O'Neill) 
John & Deborah Nugent (Nassetta) 

Peter & Allison Burdon (Connerty) 
Charles & Maria Mills (Castrataro) 
James & Mary McKelvey (McHugh) 
Robert & Jennifer Piepenbrink (Egan) 

John & Debra Kuppens (Greenleaf) 
Richard & Kimberly Holmes (Ironfield) 
Jean-Pierre & Amy Leger (Seddon) 
Daniel & Bridget McGovern (Farren) 
Douglas & Cheryl McLellan (Cavagnaro) 
John & Tanya Lund (Kneeland) 
James & Liane Seppala (Lamere) 
Eric & Tracilee (Arnold) 
John & Carol Eckblom (Bertram) 
Robert & Marilyn McCunney (Stanton) 

Mark & EUzabeth Giddings (Potter) 
Douglas & Cheryl McLeUan (Cavagnaro) 
Timothy & Carolyn Farrell (Cesario) 
Thomas & Beverly Asnault (Josselyn) 
Kevin & Pamela Lessard (Weisenfluh) 

William & Kelly Cooper (Dixon) 
Stephen & Terese Robinson (Robbins) 
Robert & Kathy Tangherlini (Figueiredo) 
Shaun & Jody Golden (Gutman) 
Frank & Paula Pozniak (Carroll) 
James & Mary -Kate McKenna (Gorham) 



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AUGUST (Continued) 

10 Katherine M. McKenna 

16 Thomas C. Hislop 

18 Mark William Rattenbury 

22 Hliza Payson Robinson 

29 Terence C. Doonan 

SEPTEMBER 
1 Christopher J. Cohen 

1 Jackson C. Theodore 

24 Maggie J. Ernst 

26 Zachary J. Coggins 

OCTOBER 



2 


Justin M. Cobin 


3 


Marc R. Dembinski 


5 


Brendan N. O'Connell 


14 


Henry T. Brown 


17 


Steven M. Maher 


20 


Joseph A. Sestito 


24 


Jessica S. Lyons 


27 


ReedC.Westcott 


28 


Maxwell A. Fenton 


NOVEMBER 


4 


Caroline P. Evans 


4 


Luke D. Divasta 


17 


Faith E. Porter 


20 


Mackenzie C. Yoke 


21 


Kathryn L. Dunn 


22 


Clarke W. Indek 


DECEMBER 


5 


Christina G. Tedeschi 


6 


Hannah S. Newhall 


12 


Hannah R. Piasecki 


12 


Brendan L. Marsh 


22 


Kyle 0. Gundersen 


27 


Christopher G. Fryer 


27 


Rocco A. Laugelle 


28 


Madison E. Sullivan 



James & Mary -Kate McKenna (Gorham) 
Gordon & Susan Hislop (Sturdy) 
Mark & Janet Rattenbury (Malloy) 
Peter & Janet Robinson (Stewart) 
Robert & Karin Doonan (Bolgosh) 

Jeffrey & Jane Cohen (Romanowicz) 
David & Kerry Theodore (Clark) 
Robert & Mary Ernst (Miller) 
Joseph & Mary Ellen Coggins (Joyce) 

Andrew & Paulette Cobin (Marino) 
Paul & Sarah Dembinski (Crowley) 
Liam & Bernadette O'Connell (Fleming) 
R. Todd & Catherine Brown (CoughUn) 
Michael & Ellen Maher (McCarthy) 
Joseph & LilHan Sestito (Carbone) 
Richard & Jacquelyn Lyons (Roche) 
Michael & Lisa Westcott (Allanach) 
Richard & Lisa Fenton (Halbower) 



Richard & Lisa Evans (Ferreira) 
Vincent & Lisa Divasta (Edwards) 
James & Sarah Porter (Borstel) 
Patrick & Ahce Cook-Voke (Cook) 
Vincent & Kathryn Dunn (Kilchenstein) 
Bruce & Linda Indek (Walker) 

Philip & Judith Tedeschi (Murray) 
Thomas & Sally Newhall (Shelburne) 
Richard & Ahson Piasecki (Smith) 
David & Kimberlee Marsh (Andrews) 
Harald & Suzanne Gundersen (Lavieri) 
George & Mary Joan Fryer (Floresta) 
Paul & Karen Laugelle (Murphy) 
Gregory & Christine Sullivan (Dunham) 



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MARRIAGES FOR THE YEAR 1995 

January 8, at Cohasset, John D. Murphy of Cohasset and Margaret A. 
Ethier of Cohasset, married by Diane C. Sullivan, Justice of the Peace. 

March 4, at Cohasset, Harry M, Silvia of Cohasset and Sharon R. Souther 
of N. Scituate, married by E. Clifford Cutler, Priest. 

March 1 1, at Hingham, Mark G. Tedeschi of Cohasset and Lauralee Ruddy 
of Cohasset, married by John F. Reardon, Priest. 

March 31 at Cohasset, Richard M. Fenton of Cohasset and Lisa L. 
Halbower of Cohasset, married by Diane C. Sullivan, Justice of the Peace. 

May 6 at Cohasset, Steven L. Hasenfus of Duxbury and Ellen M. Desmond 
of Cohasset, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

May 20 at Cohasset, Glenn L. Zitka of Cohasset and Nancy J. O'Donnell 
of Cohasset, married by Ernest Gardner Jones, Justice of the Peace. 

May 20 at Cohasset, Fredrick C. Higgins of Cohasset and Joanne M. 
O'Brien of Cohasset, married by Gary A. Ritts, UCC Minister. 

May 26 at Brockton, Jose A. Garcia, Jr. of Taunton and Patrina J. Jenkins 
of Cohasset, married by Vincent L. Crouse, Minister. 

May 27 at Cohasset, Kevin P. McQuillan of Pittsburgh, PA and Amanda R. 
Sweeney of Pittsburgh, PA, married by CorneHus T. McQuillan, Priest, 

May 27 at Cohasset, Michael A. Angst of Brooklyn, NY and Susannah L. 
Barrett of Brooklyn, NY, married by E. Clifford Cutler, Priest. 

May 28 at Marshfield, Joseph A. Downey, 3rd. of Marshfield and Jean E. 
Garvey of Cohasset, married by Walter F. Keymount, Priest. 

May 28 at Cohasset, Aaron R. Hassan of Pembroke and Meredith M. 
Callahan of Pembroke, married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

June 3 at Cohasset, Prescott R. Hobson of Cohasset and Renee J. Aumiller 
of Cohasset, married by Marcia M. Cham, Ordained Clergy. 

June 3 at Cohasset, James W. Drysdale of Cohasset and Ann M. York of 
Westwood, married by Maureen R. Wheelwright, Minister of the Gospel. 

June 11 at Pembroke, John T. Barnes, Jr. of S. Weymouth and Victoria J. 
Pavan of S. Weymouth, married by Donna M. Cunio, Justice of the Peace. 

June 24 at Cohasset, Michael S. Jones of Cohasset and Heather W. Ludlow 
of Cohasset, married by E. Clifford Cutler, Priest. 

June 24 at Cohasset, John H. Greenip of Winchester and Laurie A. Living- 
stone of Cohasset, married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

July 2 at Cohasset, Michael E. Doherty of Cohasset and Margo E. Nedrow 
of Cohasset, married by Gary A. Ritts, Minister. 

July 15 at Cambridge, Edward P. Donato of Boston, and Jeannie McLees 
of Scituate, married by Frederick J. Ryan, Priest. 

July 22 at Cohasset, Lawrence F. Heileman of Philadelphia, PA and Jo-An 
R. Kilgore of Cohasset, married by Chandler W. Gilbert, Clergyman. 

August 5 in Cohasset, Steven J. Carell of Chicago, IL and Nancy E. Walls 
of Chicago, IL, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

August 6 in Cohasset, Richard John Hutchison of Cohasset and Sandra E. 
Elhs of Cohasset, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 



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August 11 at Cohasset, Raymond G. Jamieson of Cohasset and Christine 
A. Raffa of Cohasset, married by Gary A. Ritts, Minister. 

August 12 at Cohasset, Scott B. Barringer of New York, NY and Sarah R. 
Hamilton of Cohasset, married by Elizabeth Tarbox, Minister. 

August 12 at Cohasset, Richard J. Tilden of Allston and Charlotte N. 
Begley of Allston, married by John R. Mulvehill, Priest. 

August 19 at Cohasset, James F. Blackington of Cohasset and Mary J. 
Maher of Cohasset, married by Brian McGrath, Priest. 

August 26 at Cohasset, Dean William Jeas of Weymouth and Christine 
Noelle Hunter of Weymouth, married by John G. Maheras, Priest. 

August 26 at Cohasset, Paul Daniel Taberner of Cherry Valley, and Laura 
Ann Doherty of Cohasset, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

September 2 at Cohasset, Michael Alan Borek of Weymouth and Sarah 
Kempton Atkinson of Cohasset, married by Robert A. Thayer, Clergy. 

September 9 at Cohasset, Michael Anthony Dinatale of Woodstock, GA, 
and Joanne Beth Crowley of Woodstock, GA, married by Ernest Gardner Jones, 
Justice of the Peace. 

September 10 at Cohasset, Donald Albin Hoyt of Scituate and Susan Leigh 
Anthony of Scituate, married by Richard M. Stower, Minister. 

September 16 at Cohasset, Michael David Bennis of Weymouth and JiUian 
Gibson Ayer of Weymouth, married by E. Clifford Cutler, Priest. 

September 16 at Scituate, Thomas L. Gillis and Kathleen A. Dacey of 
Cohasset, married by Eugene McNamara, Priest. 

September 23 at Cohasset, Charles J. Humphreys of Cohasset and Donna 
Lee Duncan of Cohasset, married by Richard M. Stower, Minister. 

September 30 at Gloucester, James J. Caputo of Cohasset and Vida L. 
Matick of Cohasset, married by Fayette V. Severance, Clergyman. 

September 30 at Cohasset, Thomas Veach Brooks of Houston, TX and 
Jean Louise McAUister of Houston, TX, married by Arthur L. Dunne, Judge of 
Circuit Court. 

October 1 at Cohasset, Christopher W. DiGiovanni of Providence, RI and 
Susan L. Naimi of Cohasset, married by E. Clifford Cutler, Priest. 

October 7 at Cohasset, John A. Paar, III of Groton, MA and Dorothy L. 
Girten of Groton, MA, married by E. Clifford Cutler, Priest. 

October 7 at Hingham, Anthony F. Rivieccio of Marshfield and Pamela R. 
Messner of Cohasset, married by James F. Rafferty, Priest. 

October 8 at Cohasset, Benjamin T. Watson of Brant Rock and Janet 
Digirolamo of Brant Rock, married by Robert J. Clark, Priest. 

October 14 at Braintree, Thomas R. Connors, Jr. of Braintree and Nikki S. 
Lutz of Souel, Korea, married by Robert J. Ripley, Clergyman. 

October 14 at Cohasset, James A. Clark of Hingham and Leanne M. 
Sestito of Cohasset, married by Thomas O'Connor, Priest. 

October 14 at Cohasset, Kurt F. Gondveer of Norwell and Dina A. Sestito 
of Cohasset, married by Thomas O'Connor, Priest. 

October 14 at Weymouth, Gregory S. Nolan of Cohasset and Ellen 
Marrocco of Hingham, married by Peter T. Martocchio, Priest. 

October 28 at Westford, Thomas D. Spicer of Cohasset and Kimberly A. 
Hillenberg of Westford, married by Graham L. N. Ward, Clergyman. 



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November 4 at Cohasset, Lawrence J. Beguerie, Jr., of Quincy and Deidre 
C. Deveny of Quincy, married by Gary A. Ritts, Minister. 

November 10 at Westwood, Edward DiGregorio, Jr. of Cohasset and 
Jennifer J. Katz of Cohasset, married by John E. Kelly, Priest. 

November 11 at Cohasset, James F. Ford of Newton and Christina M. 
KeUy of Cohasset, married by John R. Mulvehill, Priest. 

November 18 at Cohasset, Adam P. Hoeker of Gilford, NH and Patricia 
A. Tolini of Cohasset, married by Gary A. Ritts, Minister. 

November 25 at Cohasset, Richard G. Weidmann of Cohasset and Carol 
Lydon of Cohasset, married by John R. Mulvehill, Priest. 

December 22 at Cohasset, Stephen M. Kravette of Cohasset and Diane R. 
Carey of Cohasset, married by Ronna P. Townsend, Justice of the Peace. 



DEATHS FOR THE YEAR 1995 



Date 



Name 



Age 



3 


John Francis O'Brien 


5 


Matthew R. Allen 


13 


Mae Aka Mary T. Dray 


13 


EHzabeth M. Sewall 


18 


Veronica Hamel 


24 


Dorothy F. Giblin 


27 


Arthur Brousseau 


27 


Leonard J. O'Donnell 


FEBRUARY 




7 


Ruth M. Silvia 


8 


Joseph M. Cunning 


11 


Austin E. Studley 


12 


Frank J. Murray 


17 


Virginia Jones 


21 


Jane M. Robbins 


28 


Rosemarie Mercurio 


MARCH 




1 


Rosa DA Silvia 


3 


WilUam Latham 


3 


William J. McKenna 


4 


Lateefy S. Cole 


9 


Frederick T. Dolan 


16 


Katherine M. Hagler 


22 


Thomas P. Shea 


27 


Florence L. Beal 


APRIL 




3 


Mildred C. Matthew 


6 


Esther M. Torrey 


9 


Louise G. McCullough 



75 
52 
83 
83 
87 
85 
87 
73 

79 
54 
67 
90 
80 
64 
42 

68 
89 
27 
86 
81 
78 
90 
82 

96 
100 

87 



116 



APRIL (Continued) 



14 


Dudley S. Marsh 


16 


Timothy J. Myers 


16 


Barbara W. Weisenfluh 


MAY 




5 


Doris Anderson 


22 


LiUan L. Swann-Saarine 


JUNE 




5 


Margaret J. Young 


13 


Hermine J. Shoosan 


15 


Lydia M. Kanzler 


16 


Florence G. James 


20 


Wilhelmine L. Lindgren 


JULY 




7 


Mary Ward 


14 


Frances M. Gogolewski 


14 


Lydia A. Hutton 


24 


Edward T. Atkinson 


26 


Marion Ashjian 


28 


Catherine E. Kolenda 


28 


Dorothy H. Russell 


AUGUST 




3 


Mary D. Tague 


14 


Marion Bucknam 


16 


Emma Kanies 


26 


Mary Coffey 


SEPTEMBER 




5 


Karen L. Knight 


8 


Gavatri Devi 


10 


Mary W. Mc Arthur 


14 


Genevieve K. Hay re 


15 


Susanne Souther 


21 


John H. Winters, Jr. 


OCTOBER 




8 


Gertrude Hooper 


11 


Jessie L. Gibson 


12 


Robert L. Littlehale, Jr. 


13 


Patricia J. O'Leary 


16 


Arthur E. Nichols, Sr. 


23 


George F. Walling 


28 


Sophia M. DeNapoH 


NOVEMBER 




15 


Joseph A. Youngclaus 


15 


Ralph L. Smith 


24 


Marjorie B. Giffen 


30 


RuthM. Maguire 


DECEMBER 




16 


Alexandria R. Donovan 


18 


Concetta M. Kelley 


30 


Mary E. Garvey 



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FINANCIAL REPORTS 

TOWN ACCOUNTANT 

Submitted herewith is my annual report for the fiscal year ended June 30, 
1995. This report includes the following: 

GENERAL FUND 

1 . Balance Sheet (Combined) 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 

3 . Report of Appropriations and Expenditures 

4. State and County Assessments 

5. Statement of Revenues, Budget vs. Actual 

SPECIAL REVENUE FUND 

1. Balance Sheet (Combined) 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance, 
Town Special Revenue Funds 

3. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance- 
School Special Revenue Funds 

WATER FUND 

1 . Balance Sheet (Combined) 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Retained Earnings 

3 . Report of Appropriations and Expenditures 

CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND 

1. Balance Sheet (Combined) 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 

TRUST FUNDS 

Combined Statement of Changes in Fund Balances 

GENERAL LONG-TERM DEBT GROUP OF ACCOUNTS 

Statement of General Long-Term Debt 
Statement of Water Fund Long-Term Debt 
Statement of Debt Authorized and Unissued 

Funds for the following unpaid bills for fiscal year 1995 were appropriated 
at the Special Town Meeting, November 7, 1995: 



Water Department 


Whitewater, Inc. 


$1,652.00 


Harbormaster 


Cohasset Hardware 


15.30 


Harbormaster 


Cohasset Water 


197.32 


School 


Group Practice Plan 


450.00 


Fire Department 


J.M. Litton Co. 


1,200.00 


Police Department 


Moore Medical 


409.59 


Board of Selectmen 


Duplitron 


89.95 


Board of Health 


South Shore Auto Parts 


18.32 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. Michael Buckley 
Town Accountant 



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FISCAL YEAR 1995 



Revenue: 
Property Taxes 
State Aid 
Excise Taxes 
Other Local Receipts 

Total Revenue 



11,229.069 

1,132,502 

721,001 

932.961 



14,015,533 



Less: 



Expenditures: 
General Government 
Public Safety 
Schools 
Highways 
Sanitation 
Human Services 
Culture & Recreation 
Debt Service 

Employee Benefits & Insurance 
State and County Assessments 

Total Expenditures 

Encumbrances: 
Encumbrances 
Continued Appropriations 
Reserve For Expenditure 
Reserve For Expenditure-Prior Year 
Encumbrances-Prior Year 

Total Encumbrances 

Other Financing Sources(Uses) 
Operating Transfers In 
Operating Transfers Out 
State Over Assessments 
Miscellaneous Adjustments 

Total Financing Sources(Uses) 

Excess of Revenues Over Expenditures 

Unreserved Fund Balance July 1, 1994 

Unreserved Fund Balance June 30, 1995 



896,865 

2,511,802 

6,524,907 

369,757 

668,463 

262,289 

329,783 

511,082 

1,470,204 

444,680 



108,201 

249,549 

128,500 

(287.241) 

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314.680 

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Town of Cohasset 
Water Fund 
Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes 
in Retained Earnings 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1995 



Revenue:* 

User Charges 

State Aid 

Water Liens 

Hydrants-Town of Cohasset 

Miscellaneous 

Donations 

Total Revenue 

Expenditures 
Encumbrances 
Transfer to General Fund 

Total Expenditures & Encumbrances 

Excess of Revenue Over Expenditures 

Retained Earnings July 1, 1994 

Add: Prior year Encumbrances closed 
Transfers from General Fund 

Operating Surplus 

Less: Loan Repayment to General Fund 

Retained Earnings June 30, 1995 

*Cash Basis 





929,354 

66,151 
97,125 
25,354 
50,000 








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RECONCILIATION OF TOWN CASH ACCOUNTS 
JUNE 30, 1995 

01 General Fund 

12 School Lunch Fund 

13 Highway Fund 

15 School Special Revenue 

18 Town Special Revenue 

30 Capital Projects Fund 

61 Water Fund 

62 Water Capital Projects 
81 Trust Funds 

89 Agency Fund 

ACCOUNTANT TOTAL 

Less: Library Trust Capital Appreciation 

ACCOUNTANT ADJUSTED TOTAL 

Bank of Boston 

BayBank 

Boston Safe Deposit 

Eastern Bank 

Fleet Bank 

Quincy Savings 

Rockland Trust Company 

Shawmut Bank 

State Street Bank & Trust 

Trust Funds & Investments 

Cash on Hand 

TREASURER TOTAL 



1,910,193 

8,975 

455 

56,684 

337,904 

1,066,953 

69,408 

649,557 

2,306,691 

188,425 

$6,595,246 

76,379 

$6,518,867 

175,347 

37,166 

426,556 

312,238 

254,623 

145,493 

264,515 

2,647,204 

25,263 

2,230,312 

150 

$6,518,867 



167 



FREE CASH CALCULATION 
JUNE 30, 1995 



Unexpended Balance Fiscal 1994 

Decrease in Uncollected Taxes 

Surplus Local Receipts: 

Motor Vehicle Excise Tax 
Investment Income 
Other Local Receipts 



158,442 
41,300 
60,802 



Returned Appropriations: 




Storm Cleanup 


24,575 


Town Counsel 


18,592 


Police Department 


23,258 


Fire Department 


31,487 


Short Term Interest 


31,216 


Health Insurance 


158,580 


Workers' Compensation 


31,606 


Property Insurance 


20,862 


Other Returned Appropriation 


81,043 



$114,577 
63,587 

260,544 



421.219 



Water Payment to General Fund 



103,978 



Department of Revenue Adjustment 
FREE CASH JUNE 30, 1995 



890 



$964,795 



168 



BOARD OF ASSESSORS 



The Board of Assessors has completed the Fiscal 1996 Revaluation as 
mandated by Massachusetts General Law. For the first time this process was 
conducted "in-house" using 1994 property sales to establish price levels. All 
property valuations have been revised to meet a standard of full cash valuation 
as of the Fiscal 1996 assessment date. 

According to the Department of Revenue (DOR) guidelines, property 
values should fall within a range of 10% plus or minus of 100%. A total of 
131 arm's length sales were classified and analyzed and market trends were 
identified. The new parameters were applied consistently to all properties. 

By far the most influencing force in the real estate market in Cohasset 
is land value, which is basically a measure of desirability of the community as 
a place to live. Land value is directly related to supply and demand and fluctu- 
ates with the health of the real estate market. In Cohasset, building lots are 
scarce and land values have increased approximately 10%. Currently, the Town's 
total land value is comprised of 48% of the total valuation. 

As population changes, so do the tastes of buyers in the marketplace. 
Conducting the 1996 Revaluation "in-house" has enabled the Assessors to stay 
abreast of market fluctuations. 

The Assessors wish to acknowledge Assistant Assessor/ Appraiser Cheryl 
Pooler for her dedication to this project, along with the office staff consisting 
of Janice Rosano and Debra Krupczak. We are most appreciative. 

Lastly, the Assessors wish to thank the residents of Cohasset for their 
continued cooperation in making this venture possible. 

Type of Property Valuation 

Residential 771,003,000. 

Commercial 47,220,700. 

Industrial 4,925,000. 

Personal Property 10,234,671. 

The Fiscal Year 1996 Tax Rate was set at $14.50. 

Respectfully submitted, 

James W. Lagrotteria, Chairman 

Michael C. Patrolia 

Ross W. Rosano 



169 



GROSS SALARIES & WAGES PAID 

IN CALENDAR YEAR 1 995 

(Includes, where applicable, stipends, overtime, special details and holday pay) 



NAME 


GROSS WAGES 


STUDLEY, JOYCE D 


27,188.93 


WINN, ELLEN B 


21,785.30 


SELECTMEN 


48,974.23 


DOYON, GREGORY J 


56,373.72 


TOWN ADMINISTRATOR 


56,373.72 


BROUN, MERLE S. 


1,375.15 


DICKSON, CLIFFORD J 


500.00 


GJESTEBY, MARTHA K 


999.96 


GOEDECKE, JANE 


999.96 


LEHR JR, ARTHUR L 


250.00 


MARLETTE III, GEORGE 


1.00 


PRATT, PETER J 


999.96 


QUIGLEY, WILLIAM P 


9,651.98 


SULLIVAN, MICHAEL H. 


1,124.97 


WADSWORTH, DAVID H 


500.00 



SELECTMEN 

BACCARI, DOMENIC M 
BATES, MARGARET M. 
BUCKLEY, RAYMOND G 
CHARLES, MARGARET R 
DOUGLAS, MARION L 
FINEGAN, ANTHONY J 
FLINT, LOUISE 
HERNAN, MARGARET 
JONES, CONSTANCE 
KENT, SUSAN 
KOED, FRED 
LEHR JR, ARTHUR L 
LINCOLN, DAVID 
LINCOLN, KATHERINE M 
LITCHFIELD, PAULINE J 
MACLURE,. JANET 
MCAULIFFE, JEANNE 
HCGUIRE, JACQUELYN R 
PARMENTER, DOROTHEA 
PRATT, RUTH F 
PROTULIS, DEBORAH B 
RHODES, KATHLEEN M 
ROSANO, JANICE M 
THOMPSON, JEAN J. 
TUCKERMAN, GRACE R 
VOLUNGIS, JUDITH P 

ELECTIONS 

BUCKLEY JR, J MICHAEL 
COOK, NANCY ANN 
FARRELL, MARY M 

ACCOUNTANT 



16,402.98 

162.00 

57.50 

82.50 

326.00 

329.00 

57.50 

135.00 

57.50 

35.00 

57.50 

135.00 

82.50 

284.76 

52.50 

565.59 

112.50 

97.50 

280.46 

326.00 

110.00 

7,714.98 

57.50 

831.30 

52.50 

157.50 

326.00 

12,486.09 

42,582.28 
23,331.68 
10,875.40 

76.789.36 



NAME 

KRUPCZAK, DEBRA J 
POOLER, CHERYL A 
ROSANO, JANICE M 

ASSESSORS 

LAGROTTERIA, JAMES W 
PATROLIA, MICHAEL C 
ROSANO, ROSS 

ASSESSORS 

EGAN, ROBERT M 
KRUPCZAK, DEBRA J 
LINCOLN, SALLY A 
LITCHFIELD, LINDA M 
NOONAN, KAREN H 
PROTULIS, DEBORAH B 
RIPLEY, ELIZABETH B 

TREASURER-COLLECTOR 

DOUGLAS, MARION L 
MCGUIRE, JACQUELYN R 

TOWN CLERK 

MICCICHE, ANN MARIE 

PLANNING BOARD 

LITCHFIELD, PAULINE J 
SARGENT JR, KENNETH S 



ABBADESSA, RICHARD B 
ABBADESSA, RICHARD G 
AINSLIE JR, LAWRENCE D 
BEALE, SUZANNE L 
COGILL, DAVID C 
CONTE, JOHN C 
CURRAN, KRISTIN A 
DASILVA, THOMAS 0. 
GRASSIE JR, FREDERICK H 
JACKSON, ROBERT W 
JONES, CLIFTON B 
KNOWLES, PAULA A H 
LAUGELLE, PAUL J 
LENNON, GREGORY J 
HATOS, LISA M 
MCCARTHY, DONNA 
MORGANELLI, JACQUELYNN J 
NOONAN, BRIAN U 
PETERS. SHELLEE L 



GROSS WAGES 

7,699.39 
37,752.78 
24,191.34 

69,643.51 

1,300.00 
1,200.00 
1,200.00 

3,700.00 

100.71 

188.83 

25,158.96 

24,225.53 

101.50 

4,709.39 

40,131.56 

94,616.48 

37,197.42 
21,060.00 

58,257.42 

10,866.91 

10,866.91 

23,503.26 
187.00 

23,690.26 

41,956.51 
40,303.96 
44,532.79 

87.10 
49,704.71 
51,040.47 

93.80 
38,580.91 
46,583.30 
47,949.19 
46,642.04 

29.82 

38,800.71 

32,025.77 

42,294.83 

100.50 

20.10 
53,191.18 
46.608.96 



170 



NAME 



GROSS WAGES 



NAME 



GROSS WAGES 



PCMARICO, DAVID J 
QUIGLEY, WILLIAM P 
RATTENBURY, YVETTE R 
SARGENT, FRANCES P 
SMALL, JOHN H 
TREANOR, JEFFREY 
YOCUM, RICHARD 

POLICE DEPARTMENT 

ANDREWS JR, ALBERT L 
COYLE, LINDSAY S 
DOUGLAS, PATRICIA A 
GEDDES, SASHA A 
KNOWLES, PAULA A M 
LITCHFIELD, MARGARET ( 
PARKER, MICHAEL R 
PERRY JR, JOSEPH F 
QUIGLEY, WILLIAM P 
WEEKS, DAVID JOHN 
WIGMORE, THOMAS 

POLICE - DISPATCHERS 

BILODEAU, PAUL T 
BOSWELL III, JOHN T 
CORBO, EDWARD M 
CURLEY, JAMES F 
DAVIS, LINWOOO L 
DOCKRAY, JOHN J 
FINEGAN, THOMAS P 
FIORI, JAMES E 
GURRY, JAMES L 
HENDERSON, JANE E 
HERNAN, THOMAS G 
LINCOLN, ROGER W 
LITCHFIELD, WILLIAM T 
MAHONEYJR, FRANCIS X 
HARR, MATTHEW B 
MCGAFFIGAN, PAUL F 
PROTULIS, ROBERT F 
PROTULIS, WILLIAM J 
ROSANO, RANDALL W 
RUNEY, JAMES P 
SILVIA, ROBERT D 
STRUZIK, EDWARD J 
TRASK, MARK H 
WENZLOW, ERIC W 

FIRE DEPARTMENT 

ANDREWS JR, ALBERT L 
ANDREWS, ROBERT J 
BROOKE, WILLIAM E 
DONOVAN. MICHAEL A 
HAASE, DONALD P 
LINDSEY, ROBERT P 
MACNEILL, JOHN M 
MACNEILL, JORDAN C 
MAYNARD, HERMON J 
MAYNARD, STEVEN L 
MCARTHUR, WILLIAM H 



51,177.85 
4,960.^3 
15,370.40 
221.25 
44,593.21 
45,443.89 
43,276.77 

825,590.45 

5,656.89 

15,768.72 

14,724.37 

5,758.33 

140.62 

370.06 

329.73 

4,878.37 

1,142.29 

16,625.56 

1,287.30 

66,682.24 

42.711.71 
37,981.03 
40,088.62 
43,132.58 
19,851.08 
39,624.74 
41,677.66 
38,405.74 
50,507.66 
10,726.87 
43,582.26 
52,086.57 
40,879.19 
42,358.21 
41,697.47 
41,483.58 
44.222.09 
45,098.29 
39,794.02 
43,758.75 
45,591.02 
39,640.41 
50,423.88 
39.526.14 

974,849.57 

1,153.26 

80.59 

2,684.47 

1.450.62 

967.08 

483.54 

1,959.16 

1,692.39 

1,853.57 

2,337.11 

2,256.52 



MCGUIRE, KATHLEEN M 2,256.52 

MCKAY, THOMAS A 2,095.34 

MIGLIACCIO, JOSEPH A 2,039.75 

PRATT, BRUCE W 2,337.11 

PRATT, CHRISTOPHER 322.36 

PRATT, PHILIP A 3,788.84 

SANBORN JR, RAYMOND D 161.18 

SILVIA, HARRY M 80.59 

CALL-FIRE DEPARTMENT 30,000.00 

LAUGELLE, PETER G 41,071.64 

MARSH, HERBERT L 12,587.66 

NOONAN, ROBERT 105.91 

PEREIRA, ANTHONY J 31,761.14 

PIEPENBRINK, ROBERT 27,074.69 

TREE AND PARK DEPARTMENT 112,601.04 

BAGGS, ROBERT 4,959.50 

DICKSON, CLIFFORD J 400.00 

KELLY. SHAWN E. 14.531.45 

MARKS JR. DAVID R 400.00 

WIGMORE, THOMAS 2.975.38 

WINTERS. JOHN H 11,956.09 

HARBOR DEPARTMENT 35,222.42 

EGAN. ROBERT M 42,048.79 

HURRAY, SANDRA J 12,910.76 

BUILDING DEPARTMENT 54,959.55 

MIGLIACCIO, PAUL L 750.00 

WEIGHTS AND MEASURERS 750.00 

WIGMORE, STEPHEN F 44,267.04 

WIRE DEPARTMENT 44,267.04 

BIGHAM, CARL R 161.00 

CURLEY, JAMES F 433.48 

LAUGELLE, PETER G 3,087.82 

LINCOLN, DAVID 4,439.56 

LITCHFIELD. HAROLD W 40.131.52 

LIVINGSTON, BOYD J 32,654.45 

MUNCEY, RICHARD D 189.00 

NOONAN, ROBERT 27,197.25 

PEREIRA, ANTHONY J 1,201.59 

PIEPENBRINK, ROBERT 370.69 

POLAND, RICHARD M 936.00 

SESTITO, ANTHONY 38,873.00 

SESTITO, CARL A 32,383.20 

SESTITO, WILLIAM 292.50 

SNOW, MARY L 8,054.34 

HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 190,405.40 

BARNES, JOHN T 6,345.93 

GRATTA JR, JOSEPH J 1,196.38 

LAUGELLE, JOSEPH S 24.324.68 



171 



NAME 

PATROLIA, DAVID L 
POLAND, RICHARD M 
QUIGLEY, WILLIAM P 
SIMEONE, LOUIS N 
THOMPSON, JOHN F 
WILLIAMS, DEAN 

TRANSFER STATION 

MICCICHE, ANN MARIE 

SEWER DEPARTMENT 

WALSH, PATRICIA A 

CONSERVATION COMMITTEE 

GODZIK, JOSEPH R 
HIGGINS, JEAN 
OTERI -PUFFER, CAROL 
TILDEN, JACQUELINE M 
YOURELL, ANNE 

BOARD OF- HEALTH 

BRYANTON, KATHLEEN 
CONNOLLY, SUSAN S 
GLENZEL, CATHERINE A A 
GUILD , LINDSAY J 
RYAN, PATRICIA J 

ELDER AFFAIRS BOARD 

RIPLEY, NOEL 

VETERANS 

MARSH, HERBERT L 

CEMETERY 

DOLPH, E. CYRUS 
DURSO, EMILY M 
HAYES, RICHARD E 
HOLLAND , THEODORE L 
KNIGHT, NANCY E 
KRUEGER, BONNIE 
LAMBERT, PATRICIA A 
O'HAYRE, MEREDITH D 
PATTISON, ROBERT A 
POPE, SUSAN H 
RAYMENT, MARY E 
REYNOLDS, STEPHEN M. 
SEAVEY, DEBORAH A 
ST. JOHN, STEPHANIE 
TERRY, SUZANNE 
WATROUS, SUSAN M 

LIBRARY 

ADAMS, CHRISTOPHER S 
ANDERSON, NANCY 



GROSS WAGES 


NAME 


363.50 


BOVA, PATTI A 


16,889.18 


BUTMAN, GEORGINE 


372.00 


CAPOZZOLI, DANIELLE E 


681.00 


CARROLL JR, JAMES E 


1,025.75 


CARROLL, KATHLEEN A 


9,749.40 


CHASE, DIANNE RITTER 




CHEEL, MELINDA C 


60,947.82 


CONNOR, MICHAEL S 




CONNOR, TRACEY 


3,257.62 


CROSSEN, ALBA M 




DALEY, DAVID L 


3,257.62 


DEVENEY, ELIZABETH A 




DEVENEY, GRACE M 


23,456.39 


DEVENEY, SARA M. 




ENDRIS, CHARLES A 


23,456.39 


EQUI, MEREDITH 




HIGGINS, JEAN 


45,995.62 


HURLEY,. JESSICA 


635.10 


LEMBO, NICOLE A 


12,664.92 


MACDONALD, JESSICA 


2,681.52 


MCGRORY, JOHN P 


4,985.00 


NORRIS, KATIE M 




PARISI, AMY E 


66,962.16 


RILEY, MICHAEL A 




SARGENT JR, KENNETH S 


34,487.86 


STEBBINS, WILLIAM G 


1,465.20 


STEVERMAN, MADELEINE E 


9,120.00 


WORLEY, JOHN M 


830.50 




5,079.09 


RECREATION DEPARTMENT 


50,982.65 


DONOGHUE, DONNA 




HINGLEBINE, JOHN H 


1,600.00 


KELLY, MARK H 




KONCIUS, LAUREN E 


1,600.00 


MCAULIFFE, WILLIAM D 




MUNCEY, RICHARD D 


13,341.84 


PEREIRA, JOHN C 




SESTITO, CARL A 


13,341.84 






WATER DEPARTMENT 


2,767.48 




1,536.59 


ABBADESSA, RICHARD G 


50,277.63 


AINSLIE JR, LAWRENCE D 


55.00 


BARROWS, VICTOR C. 


22,105.38 


BARTLETT, JAMES A 


253.13 


BRUNO, ROCCO 


21,873.87 


CADIGAN, THOMAS M 


1,064.63 


COGILL, DAVID C 


10,157.56 


COLETTA, PAUL J 


28,994.22 


CONTE, JOHN C 


790.50 


CORCORAN JR, RICHARD 


308.13 


COSTA, LOUIS C 


330.75 


COYLE, ALFRED W 


2,567.27 


CRONIN, MICHAEL H 


29.356.96 


DEFILIPPO, JOHN J 


32,313.74 


DITULLIO, MICHAEL A 




DURANT, KENNETH B 


204,752.84 


FOPIANO. SHIRLEY D 




GILMARTIN, JAMES A. 


662.50 


GOYETTE, GREGORY A 


363.00 


GRASS IE JR, FREDERICK H 



GROSS WAGES 

908.00 

1,117.50 

681.25 

112.50 

1,300.00 

2,880.00 

1,037.50 

1,248.75 

681.25 

346.50 

1,806.25 

1,707.76 

837.43 

1,971.38 

i;332.50 

228.13 

346.50 

718.88 

728.00 

942.50 

735.00 

1,332.50 

221.40 

1,318.75 

27.50 

735.00 

429.00 

39,600.04 

66,357.27 

4,317.62 
26,012.19 
20,071.17 

8.758.79 

42,293.28 

17,197.74 

23.919.50 

61.71 

142,632.00 

812.50 
1,537.50 
287.50 
100.00 
400.00 
100.00 

12.849.75 
125.00 

12,055.25 
287.50 
100.00 
612.50 
500.00 
387.50 
331.25 
487.50 
937.50 
1,081.25 
150.00 
4.135.50 



172 



NAME 


GROSS WAGES 


GREENE, GEORGE A 


137.50 


HARLAND, BRAD P 


175.00 


JACKSON, ROBERT W 


1,569.50 


JONES, CLIFTON B 


11,187.00 


KEARNS, SCOTT 


100.00 


KILRAIN, JOHN C 


100.00 


LENNON, GREGORY J 


4,212.50 


LOFGREN, BRIEN S 


300.00 


LOURANCE, RAUSON 


1,612.50 


HAHONEY, BRIAN P 


587.50 


MALONEY, DENNIS J 


100.00 


MATOS, LISA M 


200.00 


MCADAMS, DARREN M 


300.00 


MCCARRON, PETER F 


100.00 


HCINNIS, GERALD 


137.50 


MCKENNA, MATTHEW J 


475.00 


MCKENNA, RICHARD J. 


218.75 


NORRIS, JOHN J 


1,137.50 


O'BRIEN, JEFFREY 


100.00 


O'HARA, MICHAEL J. 


2,631.25 


OLIVER, WILLIAM R. 


1,737.50 


PERAINO JR, MICHAEL J 


112.50 


PERROTTI, DANIEL J 


362.50 


PETERS, SHELLEE L 


6,847.75 


PHILLIPS, KRIS 


662.50 


POMARICO, DAVID J 


10,035.25 


QUIGLEY, WILLIAM P 


10,987.50 


RAMSEY, ROBERT J 


200.00 


RAPPOLD, ROBERT 


418.75 


SMALL, JOHN H 


7,034.00 


SOUTHER, CHARLES E 


212.50 


TALBOT, KEVIN D 


318.75 


TAYLOR JR, JAMES 


1,943.75 


TREANOR, JEFFREY 


12,556.25 


TWIGG, THOMAS L 


893.75 


YOCUM, RICHARD 


4,145.50 


OFF DUTY POLICE DEPT 


121,128.25 


BILODEAU, PAUL T 


86.70 


CORBO, EDWARD M 


363.68 


CURLEY, JAMES F 


466.35 


DOCKRAY, JOHN J 


362.76 


FINEGAN, THOMAS P 


283.11 


HERNAN, THOMAS G 


97.38 


KING, JOHN J 


86.70 


LITCHFIELD, WILLIAM T 


361.49 


MAHONEY JR, FRANCIS X 


373.08 


MCGAFFIGAN, PAUL F 


173.39 


MENDES, DANIEL I 


90.40 


PROTULIS, ROBERT F 


187.08 


PROTULIS, WILLIAM J 


585.20 


ROSANO, RANDALL W 


173.40 


RUNEY, JAMES P 


542.69 


SESTITO, WILLIAM 


90.40 


SILVIA, ROBERT D 


383.78 


TRASK, MARK H 


211.67 


WENZLOW, ERIC W 


187.08 


OFF DUTY FIRE DEPT 


5,106.34 


TOWN - GENERAL GOVERNMENT 


3,567,653.85 



NAME 

BARROW, ROBERT E 
BRYANT, DORIAN M 
DANIELSON, JOHN R 
ESPOSITO JR, JOSEPH 
HOLLAND , THEODORE L 
JACOBUCCI, JOHN J 
JONES, THOMAS 
LINCOLN, DAVID 
MCARTHUR, WILLIAM H 
SARGENT, KENNETH S 
SOULE, KEVIN W 
STOVER, DAVID 
THURSTON, RICHARD 

CUSTODIAN 

BIGHAM, CARL R 
CHASE, OAMA 
CLAY, VIRGINIA E 
FIGUEIREOO, JANET 
FIGUEIREDO, THERESE / 
LENAHAN, PATRICIA 
MORGAN, HUGH J 
PALM, BONNIE 
POWERS, FRANCES 
POWERS, MICHAEL F 

BUS DRIVER 

SCHOOL 

ALPERT, ELIZABETH 
AUSTER, JANE 
AYER, ALISON 
BAKER, KEVIN G. 
BARRETT, BEVERLY 
BERENS, CAROL 
BERGER, MATTHEW 
BERGGREN, KIMBERLY A 
BIERWERT, JANICE 
BUCKLEY, LISANNE M 
BUTMAN, GEORGINE 
BUTMAN, MAR I BETH 
CARNEY, GRETCHEN 
CARTER, MARJORIE 
CHIN, REBECCA D 
CICIOTTE, CAROL 
CLARK, KEITH E 
COBURN, KENORA D L 
COFFEY, KATHERINE 
COGGESHALL, DEBRA M 
COLWILL, ILENE 
COLWILL, LONI T. 
DOHERTY, LAURA ANN 
DONOVAN, NANCY 
DUNBAR, DONNA 
FERGUSON, SHERYL 
FIGUEIREDO, JUDITH A 
GENEREUX, WENDY 
GREENUOOO, DEBORAH C 
HALL, DEBORAH M 
HANSELL. CHRISTINE M 



GROSS WAGES 

20,887.30 
2,496.00 
7,135.00 
30,175.01 
19,756.87 
40,472.40 
27,937.71 
29,987.78 
28,268.69 
35,940.47 
33,310.81 
25,227.84 
27,177.72 

328,773.60 

7,830.24 

6,268.90 

12,414.91 

20,767.74 

418.48 

364.82 

14,723.68 

12,901.97 

14,497.11 

125.04 

90,312.89 

419,086.49 

7,811.42 
20,821.57 
13,840.17 
15,228.18 

4,947.92 
615.99 

3,519.40 
12,463.00 
26,212.53 

2,860.80 
70.14 

2,996.16 

1,098.00 
25,683.46 

5,108.58 

21,985.02 

638.60 

6,193.81 
112.00 

2,765.25 

24,029.50 

652.50 

5,819.05 
24,280.00 

2,086.00 

4,768.00 

5,731.97 

3.080.00 
32,904.50 
10,786.86 

5,108.58 



173 



NAME 

HANSON. JEANNE B 

HARRIS, JOY 

HAYWORD, LAURA M 

HEINBERG, JERI A 

HERMAN, MARGARET 

HERNBERG, KATHLEEN 

HERZOG,.JAYNE 

HUGHES, CORINNE S 

HUGHES, HEATHER 

KAGAN, LISA J 

KNUREK, ROBERT G 

LENAHAN, PATRICIA 

LONGO, ELIZABETH 

LORDAN, CATHY 

LYDON, PATRICIA 
MACDONALD, CATHERINE 
MACDONALD, ELIZABETH L. 
MACDONALD, JESSICA 
MARCUS, BARBARA 
MARSH, CHRISTINE V 
MEADE, JON I 
MORGAN, DONNA 
MULLIGAN, DEANMA L 
MURPHY, KAREN 
MYERS, RHONDA 
O'NEIL, PATRICIA A 
PAHUD, JOAN 

PIEPENBRINK, JENNIFER G 
PYFROM, JOAN 
RIPLEY, CARRIE L 
RIZZOTTI, SUSAN 
ROONEY, MARY 
ROSSI, MARGARET U 
SADLER, SUSAN M 
SHULTZ, BRIAN K 
SMITH, PEARL F 
SNOW, ERIC D 
STAUNTON, MARY E 
SULLIVAN, MAUREEN P 
TILLEY, PRISCILLA A 
TRALONGO, JULIANE 
WAGNER, MARILYN B 
WALKER, MELISSA A. 
WALSH, ANGELA K 
ZEZIMA, CATHERINE L 

CLERICAL 

CALABRIA, MARIA 
CONE-AIKENS, NANCY A 
O'ELIA, JOANNE 
DONATO, MARIA I 
FOX, KEVIN 
GRANDE, LUCIA G. 
JACOBUCCI, EILEEN 
MARASCIO, JOSEPHINE 
MARCELLA, GIUSEPPINA 
PIERCE. MARK E 
RHODES, KATHLEEN M 
SALYARDS, JOYCE 
YOUNG,, SANDRA M 

LUNCHROOM 



GROSS WAGES 

16,201.68 

10,040.62 

2,730.00 

4,967.50 

5,249.92 

13,940.79 

65.48 

16,960.87 

199.50 

5,241.02 

32,981.39 

371 .83 

4,784.78 

5,664.43 

8,670.62 

12,565.40 

10,589.54 

404.00 

23,524.82 

6,599.40 

21,776.02 

19.47 

22,940.80 

21,985.02 

62.40 

10,998.00 

2,180.85 

480.00 

5,941.22 

5,241.02 

1,202.27 

4,670.94 

13,077.06 

14,230.29 

3,053.38 

2,300.49 

144.00 

13,940.79 

23,386.00 

4,333.27 

6,926.64 

4,447.25 

29,820.00 

8,985.71 

365.67 

698,481.11 

6,619.55 

72.00 

4,758.64 

9,507.04 

312.01 
10,517.54 
5,294.63 
5,337.58 
4.109.73 
1,383.37 
6,002.40 
6,723.50 

445.50 

61.083.49 



NAME 

SCHOOL - CLERICAL 

ANTOLINI, JOEL A 
BABAIAN, MARY A 
BARRY, MELISSA M 
BEATSON, ELIZABETH 
BOUCHARD, JOSEPH K 
BUCKLEY JR, JOHN C 
BUR8ANK, VIRGINIA A 
CHATTERTON, CLARK 
CISNEROS, KENNETH 
COLLINS JR, CURTIS 
CRONIN, FRANCES 
DELORENZO, JOHN M 
DEVIN, MAURA M 
DUFFY, MAUREEN M 
EMMONS, RONALD L 
FEDERICO, JOSEPH F 
FITZGERALD, JARED E 
FORD, RONALD J 
FORT IN, GEORGE A 
FRANEY, JAMES E 
GALLAGHER, MARY ELLEN 
GILL, MICHAEL PATRICK 
GILMARTIN, STEPHEN 
HART, STEPHEN 
HARTLAGE, DONNA M 
HOGAN, PAUL F 
JONES, YVONNE 
KELLY, DONALD J 
KITE, WILLIAM C 
KLAPHOLZ, DAVID Z 
LAJOIE, MARCIA J 
LALUMIERE, MAUREEN 
LAMBROS. LAWRENCE 
LEARY, EDWARD J 
LEARY, JOHN J 
LEE, MARGARET 
MAGNUSSEN, DAVID R 
MARKS, BRYAN E 
MCFADD, SUSAN M 
MCGRAIL, PATRICIA 
MUNDHENK, CORINNA A 
NARKIEWICZ, PAUL H 
NEUNDORF, F J 
NEWKIRK, SCOTT P 
ONEIL III, THOMAS J 
ORMAN, WILLIAM C. 
PACKARD, JOHN R 
PORTER, ANN LESLIE 
READE, DONALD A 
RISI, GUIDO J 
ROHRER, EILEEN 
SCHLEIFF, MARIE 
SHEA, ALICIA B 
SIPPEL, THOMAS 
THOMPSON, RAYMOND C 
WALSH, DENNIS J 
WATSON, MARILYN 
WHITE, LAUREEN ANN 
WHITNEY, LINDA R 
WONDOLOWSKI, DOROTHY 



GROSS WAGES 

759,564.60 

32,228.46 

53,835.84 

22,780.46 

50,161.15 

46,099.06 

46,484.72 

48,137.83 

55,638.11 

49,622.54 

33,230.64 

46,910.56 

62,189.55 

41,432.93 

29,136.44 

54,419.91 

46,189.06 

16,025.05 

26,858.14 

48.912.83 

50,327.47 

31.142.67 

62,218.88 

40,429.42 

92,567.98 

29,999.97 

48.137.83 

31,430.81 

48,137.83 

36,576.35 

32,204.84 

32,872.69 

47,377.03 

5.192.31 

51,066.04 

29,500.00 

42,456.70 

50,530.82 

42,096.96 

45,676.51 

11,008.08 

9,935.79 

57,260.44 

45,739.80 

44.849.10 

51,330.33 

24,500.00 

50,499.32 

49,381.53 

46.099.06 

32,978.40 

5.257.35 

33.485.84 

49,678.49 

29,473.08 

14,473.08 

54,098.73 

48,253.27 

23,127.21 

56,268.42 

52,026.80 



174 



NAME 


GROSS WAGES 


NAME 


GROSS WAGES 


WOOD, JO-ELLEN S 


46,393.62 


GALLAGHER, PAULINE 


48,349.58 


WOOL, JOAN M 


12,3A9.17 


GILL, LINDA 


45,099.01 






MCCARTHY, LAUREN M 


21,825.27 


PROFESSIONAL 


2,508,703.30 


NEDROW, MARGO E 


16,908.86 






RITTS. JUDITH A 


32,983.15 


BECKER, JOSEPH 


39,093.92 


ROGG. CHRISTINE F 


9.645.21 


BERMAN, ANN 


16,436.89 


SCEERY, DR ROBERT T 


13,916.40 


BIAGINI, STEVEN 


41,746.45 


YESS, DENISE 


46.099.06 


CASS I AN I, JOAN 


42,023.32 






CHRISTENSEN, BEC<Y J 


10.155.42 


SPECIAL NEEDS 


381.499.80 


CISNEROS, ELIZABETH 


43.677.67 






DEAKIN, FRANK A 


46,892.91 


ADAMS, HAROLD 


540.00 


DICKINSON, DAYLE 


32.035.01 


ALPERT, ELIZABETH 


1,215.00 


FENNESSEY, RUTH C 


44,055.70 


ANDERSON, BROOKE 


180.00 


FITZGERALD, FRANCIS P 


23,283.61 


ANSTEAD, JULIE . 


45.00 


HENRY, DEBORAH A 


10.498.50 


ATHERTON, SARAH 


90.00 


HORIGAN, SUSAN 


33,170.61 


BERGER, MATTHEW 


225.00 


LEONARD JR, EDWARD J 


47.137.87 


BIRMANN, JEAN 


2.324.50 


LEONARD, ELIZABETH 


26,370.79 


BRISTER, JOHN W 


270.00 


LEVINE, RAYMOND 


47.055.24 


BRISTER, TIMOTHY 


45.00 


MACINNIS, JOHN V 


40.552.29 


BUCKLEY, BARBARA 


405.00 


MAGNUSSEN, NANCY 


34,770.39 


BUCKLEY, LISANNE M 


45.00 


MAGOUN, JOANN 


50,381.90 


BUGLEY, CHERYL 


1.110.00 


MCDONALD, DOROTHY L 


48,137.83 


BURNS, ELIZABETH 


90.00 


MURPHY, MARJORIE 


43,034.20 


CALDWELL, ERIC 


585.00 


SHULTZ, R LAWRENCE 


51.631.14 


CAMPBELL, JOHN 


45.00 


SWEENEY, TOR IN 


37,107.89 


CAREY, PATRICIA 


4.158.50 


WHITLEY, KATHERINE 


42,015.48 


CARMEAN, THOMAS H 


90.00 


WILSON, JUDITH N 


13,240.52 


CHIN, REBECCA D 


630.00 






CHITTICK, BENJAMIN W 


225.00 


DEER HILL SCHOOL 


864,505.55 


CLARK, KEITH E 


90.00 






COFFEY, KATHERINE 


290.00 


ALCOTT, MAUREEN P 


46,338.39 


CORBIN, DAVID E 


45.00 


ATKINSON, MARIAN 


39,993.91 


CORBIN, ROBERT J 


45.00 


BARBIERI, DIANE M 


38,012.09 


CROWLEY, JANICE 


90.00 


BAUSH, SUSAN 


48,137.83 


DAILEY, ANNE B 


90.00 


BUCKLEY, BARBARA 


22,097.88 


DELORENZO, JESSICA 


225.00 


COLLINS, ROSALIE L 


26.595.28 


DEVENEY, SARA M. 


360.00 


DANGELO, MARILYN 


48,248.12 


DEVINE, MARIANNE T 


195.00 


DAVIS, MARIE C 


31,595.28 


DEVOE, BRANDON W 


270.00 


FITZGERALD, FRANCIS P 


13.228.92 


DEWAAL, JULIE 


1.080.00 


FREE, JEAN 


41,023.36 


DILLON, CLAIRE 


90.00 


GOMEZ, JILL 


27,934.58 


DOHERTY, LAURA ANN 


45.00 


HURLEY, MARY C 


41,803.44 


DONOVAN, JULIE E 


330.00 


MACPHEE, KATHLEEN 


9,004.86 


DUNN. KEARIN A 


675.00 


MALONEY, FAITH B 


46,099.06 


ELLINGER. PATRICIA 


2.880.00 


MCMASTER, DEBORAH 


41,913.90 


ENO, STEPHANIE 


45.00 


MOODY, SHARON 


45.209.47 


ERBE, SAMUEL M 


90.00 


OGDEN, ELIZABETH A 


15,510.57 


FORD, RONALD J 


1.755.00 


OWENS, ELIZABETH R 


11.351.07 


GOFF, PRISCILLA 


135.00 


PRICE, MARIE 


42,133.78 


GOODRICH, ELIZABETH M 


270.00 


SABA, RENEE M 


9,044.86 


HAGUE, TRACY 


135.00 


WELLS, BARBARA 


41,023.36 


HALL, BONNIE M 


45.00 


WEYDT, MICHAEL 


42,590.04 


HENDERSON, LINDA 


45.00 


WRYE, KRISTIN 


9,645.21 


INGRAM, SUSNA A 


1.044.02 






JENSEN, JOAN 


90.00 


OSGOOD SCHOOL 


738,535.26 


JONES, LYNNE M 


225.00 






JONES, RAYMOND K 


45.00 


BARRY, IRENE VOLPE 


13,498.39 


JORDAN, REBECCA L 


1,935.00 


BROWN, GENEVIEVE 


50,423.06 


KIERCE, MARIA C 


45.00 


COSTER, KEVEN 


36,794.30 


KILDAY, KATHLEEN 


90.00 


ELY. FLORENCE 


45,957.51 


KITE, MARGARET ANN 


135.00 



75 



NAME 


GROSS WAGES 


MACDERMOTT, EDWARD 


90.00 


MACDONALO, ELIZABETH L. 


135.00 


MAY, KRISTINE E 


175.14 


MCCABE, FRANCIS X 


180.00 


MCCARTHY, DEBORAH T 


450.00 


MCDONALD, LAURA JEAN 


150.00 


MINNAR, ELIZABETH 


870.00 


MOORE, MARGARET C. 


45.00 


MORRIS, MARY E 


135.00 


MORROW, PATRICIA A 


90.00 


MURPHY, PATRICIA WHITE 


540.00 


MYERS, KERRI L 


450.00 


NEDROW, RUTH 


2,415.00 


OCONNELL. ROSEMARY E 


2,250.00 


PETIPAS, KEITH W 


90.00 


PILCZAK, JO-ANN M. 


300.00 


PORTER, GREGORY I 


90.00 


REDF I ELD, ALEXANDRA C 


225.00 


RIPLEY, CARRIE L 


450.00 


ROLANDELLI, CHRISTOPHER 


90.00 


ROONEY, MARY 


45.00 


ROSS, JOANNA 


270.00 


SABA, RENEE H 


14,374.50 


SCHULT2, REGINA 


450.00 


SHERIDAN, MARY ELIZABETH 


405.00 


SIMEONE, JUNE 


2,865.00 


SIMMS, LINDA 


45.00 


STORY, KARIN L 


315.00 


TATRO, ROBERT J 


90.00 


THERIAULT, SCOTT 


135.00 


TOSCA, REBECCA H 


180.00 


WHORISKEY, CHRISTINE 


270.00 


WOOL, JOAN M 


45.00 


SUBSTITUTES 


53,956.66 



NAME 

BOSTWICK, DEBORAH A 
BUCKLEY, PETER J 
CAREY, PATRICIA 
CARMEAN, THOMAS H 
CLARK, KEITH E 
CLARK, MAUREEN O'DAY 
DEVOE, BRANDON W 
EKBERG, KENNETH C 
HALL, LOWELL MARK 
HUGHES, JOHN E 
KAHN III, ELY J 
MARTELL, JEFFREY 
MEEHAN, SARA G 
MENIS, ELIZABETH 
PROTULIS, KARA M 
QUINN, KERRI -ANN 
RIDGE, KATHLEEN 
SARGENT, RUTHANN 
SILVIA, ROBERT D 
STANSELL JR, ROBERT 
STEELE, CHAUNCY 
VAUGHN, CATHERINE M 

SPORTS OFFICIALS 

SCHOOL - TEACHERS 



GROSS WAGES 

3.111.99 
1,970.00 

650.00 
1,400.00 
3.111.99 
2,852.01 
2,178.00 
2,991.00 
2,122.00 
1,306.67 

194.00 
1,866.99 
1,743.99 
1,620.00 
1,210.68 
1,718.99 
1,866.99 
3,031.33 
2,910.00 
1,641.67 
1,743.99 
1,641.67 

42,883.96 

4.590.084.53 



GROSS WAGES 
9,336,389.47 661 EMPLOYEES 



176 



REPORT OF THE COLLECTOR 



July 1, 1994 through June 30, 1995 

TOTAL COMMITMENT OF WARRANTS 
FROM THE BOARD OF ASSESSORS 



1991 & Prior Motor Vehicle Excise Commitments 


$ 6,646.14 


1992 Motor Vehicle Excise Commitments 


133.33 


1993 Motor Vehicle Excise Commitments 


864.82 


1994 Motor Vehicle Excise Commitments 


161,357.00 


1995 Motor Vehicle Excise Commitments 


595,447.73 


1995 Boat Excise Commitment 


17,843.00 


1995 Personal Property Commitment 


149,429.93 


1994 Real Estate Commitment 


- 34.68 


1995 Real Estate Commitment / Including Liens 


11,277,230.04 


Total Commitment of Warrants from the Fire Department 


104,506.94 


Total Commitment of Warrants from the Harbor Master 


33,745.00 


Total Commitment of Warrants from the Water Department 


1,011,967.46 


Total Commitment of Warrants from the Sewer Department 


72,700.98 


TOTAL ABATEMENT CERTIFICATES 




FROM THE BOARD OF ASSESSORS 




Levy of 1990 




Boat Excise 


90.00 


Personal Property 


30.21 


Levy of 1991 




Boat Excise 


420.00 


Personal Property 


362.34 


Levy of 1992 




Boat Excise 


313.00 


Motor Vehicle 


7,480.10 


Personal Property 


475.44 


Real Estate 


563.66 


Levy of 1993 




Boat Excise 


516.00 


Motor Vehicle 


1,012.51 


Personal Property 


626.45 


Real Estate 


6,296.57 


Levy of 1994 




Boat Excise 


1,581.25 


Motor Vehicle 


8,723.38 


Personal Property 


2,239.39 


Real Estate 


7,897.17 


Water Liens 


373.50 


Levy of 1995 




Boat Excise 


1,898.49 


Motor Vehicle 


13,280.83 


Personal Property 


3,230.60 


Real Estate 


125,855.33 


Water Liens 


573.17 



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DEPARTMENTAL ABATEMENTS 

Ambulance - all years 11 , 1 1 .06 

Mooring - all years 2,740.00 



Total Abatements Granted During Fiscal 1995 $ 197,680.45 

TOTAL ABATEMENTS FROM THE WATER AND SEWER DEPARTMENTS 

Water 
Sewer 

UNPAID TAXES AND CHARGES - June 30, 1995 

1993 Motor Vehicle Excise 

1994 Motor Vehicle Excise 

1995 Motor Vehicle Excise 

1991 Boat Excise 

1992 Boat Excise 

1993 Boat Excise 

1994 Boat Excise 

1995 Boat Excise 

1990 Personal Property 

1991 Personal Property 

1992 Personal Property 

1993 Personal Property 

1994 Personal Property 

1995 Personal Property 
1995 Real Estate (including liens & penalties) 



12,163.42 


642.19 


13,185.18 


15,963.74 


53,573.35 


15.00 


158.00 


206.00 


419.00 


3,197.00 


1,626.24 


975.15 


1,244.43 


1,706.49 


1,910.76 


4,724.02 


193,804.54 



292,708.90 



DEPARTMENTAL: 

Ambulance Services (all years) 45,147.46 

Lien, Demolition of Building 500.00 

Lien, Board of Health / Sewer System 4,741 .80 

Mooring Fees (all years) 365.00 



50,754.26 



WATER DEPARTMENT: 

Water Meters (all years) 1 13,321.10 

SEWER DEPARTMENT: 

Sewer Use Charges (all years) 15,788.49 



Respectfully submitted, 

Elizabeth B. Ripley 
Treasurer-Collector 



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TOWN TREASURER 

July 1, 1994 through June 30, 1995 

BALANCE IN TREASURY JULY 1, 1994 

Received from Collector of Taxes $13,089,538.83 
Received from Town Collector 141,388.93 

Received from Other Sources 9,242,612.84 



Total Receipts for Fiscal 1995 
Paid Selectmen's Warrants No. 54-56, & 1-53 
BALANCE IN TREASURY JUNE 30, 1995 



$ 2,678,414.70 



22,473,540.60 

20,763,402.00 

4,288,553.30 



DEPOSITORIES 



Name of Bank 



Bank of Boston 

BayBank 

Boston Safe Deposit, M.Mkt 

Boston Safe Deposit, Collateralized 

Boston Safe Deposit, Highway 

Eastern Bank 

Fleet Bank 

Quincy Savings Bank 

Rockland Trust Company, Treasurer 

Rockland Trust Company, Board of Health 

Rockland Trust Company, Parking 

Shawmut Bank N/A 

State Street Bank and Trust 

Cash in Drawer 

TOTAL DEPOSITORIES 



Balance June 30, 1995 

175,347.07 

37,165.55 

398,272.12 

27,915.00 

368.62 

312,237.91 

254,622.70 

145,492.87 

239,430.58 

6,193.74 

18,890.41 

2,647,204.08 

25,262.65 

150.00 

4,288,553.30 



Respectfully submitted, 

Elizabeth B. Ripley 
Treasurer-Collector 



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LAND USE CONTROL 



BUILDING DEPARTMENT 



1994: 



The following is a report of the activities of the Building Department for 



Issued 



Amount 



Estimated Cost of Construction for permits 


345 


$4,712,736.00 


Building Permit Fees 






32,208.00 


Certificates of Inspection 




14 


640.00 


Zoning By Laws 




43 


430.00 


Zoning Maps 




20 


62.00 


Copies 






65.25 


Occupancy Permits 




10 


250.00 


Topographical Map 




8 


40.00 


Plumbing Permits 




152 


4,436.00 


Gas Permits 




92 


1,560.00 


Plumbing Inspector Paid for 


Inspections 




4,108.00 


Gas Inspector Paid for Inspections 




1,534.00 



Respectfully submitted, 

Robert E. Egan 
Building Inspector/Zoning Officer 



CONSERVATION COMMISSION 



The Conservation Commission bade farewell to member Robin Grinnell, 
who moved out of town. Associate member Susan Cope was appointed to the 
vacancy. 

In 1995, the Commission contracted with Paul Shea of Independent 
Environmental Consultants to provide a variety of consulting and inspection 
services in lieu of having an employee Agent. Mr. Shea's competence and pro- 
fessionalism have been a great asset to the work of the Commission, and he has 
been well received by the Commission, town officials and applicants, and other 
professionals coming before the Commission. 



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The Commission also notes with sadness that its longtime Secretary, 
Patricia Walsh, will be retiring effective June 30, 1996. Pat's long and dedicated 
service is much appreciated and will be sorely missed. 

Major projects undertaken by the Commission during 1995 included the 
Shaw's project, continuing work on the myriad of activities and applications 
involving Cohasset Heights, the upcoming sewer project, Milliken Field, DPW 
garage, Lamberts Lane Subdivision, and Cohasset Plaza. Building on work begun 
in 1994, the Commission moves into 1996 with the hope that an open space 
plan will be put into place and that the Town will be able to participate in the 
purchase of valuable open space on Turkey Hill. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Thomas J. Callahan, Chairman 

Edward S. Graham, Jr., Vice Chairman 

John K. Bryant 

Susan G. Cope 

Roseanne M. McMorris 

Veneta P. Roebuck 

Jeffrey C.Waal 

James G. Dedes, Associate 

Robin D. GrinneU (resigned 6/30/95) 



DESIGN REVIEW BOARD 



At the request of the Zoning Board of Appeals, we reviewed and com- 
mented on the proposed Shaw's Supermarket development on two separate 
occasions. At the request of the Board of Selectmen, we reviewed a proposed 
addition to Cohasset's Military Memorial. At the request of the Planning Board, 
we reviewed a possible new access road to the Stop and Shop Supermarket 
property. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Gordon S. Hislop, Chairman 

Eileen M. Corbett 

Maxwell R. Pounder 

Kathleen R. Fox 

Robert C. Hunter 

Josiah Stevenson 

Robert M. Egan, Building Inspector (ex-officio) 



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BOARD OF HEALTH 



On January 12, 1995, long-time Chairman William E. Baird resigned from 
the Board for personal and business reasons. On January 30, 1995, Robert V. 
Davenport was appointed to fill his term until the spring election. Robert V. 
Davenport was elected in April to fill the one-year unexpired term of Mr. Baird. 
Thomas C. Cook, P.E., was elected to a second three-year term. At the reorgan- 
ization, Thomas Cook was elected Chairman and Alix White, Clerk. Joseph R. 
Godzik, V.M.D., continued as Health Agent. Carol Oteri-Puffer left her position 
as Administrative Secretary after a long illness which did not permit her to 
return to work. 

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) 
regulations pertaining to subsurface sewage disposal (Title 5) were implemented 
on March 31, 1995. Septic system inspections produced a high failure rate. 
Initially, the DEP chose to interpret the regulations in a very strict manner, caus- 
ing many homeowners to have no choice but to put in a tight or holding tank. 
However, working closely with DEP Water Pollution Control staff provided a 
softening of their position and allowed septic systems to be repaired. 

Most repairs were made at great cost to the homeowner. Alternative and 
innovative technology solutions were sought. The Board became a leader in 
the Commonwealth in approving the use of new alternative technologies. The 
Board approved the first evapo-transpiration system for greywater for residential 
use in Massachusetts. The Board is also working closely with the Sewer Com- 
mission to provide municipal sewerage for the Straits Pond basin. Many sub- 
standard septic systems presently pollute the groundwater. Municipal sewer 
hookups will help produce a better water quality in the Pond. The Cohasset 
Heights Ltd. Landfill's proposed expansion received approval from the Executive 
Office of Envirormiental Affairs to proceed with a review of the site for suita- 
bility as a landfill. The DEP's Division of Solid Waste considered the site suit- 
able for a landfill to receive construction and demolition waste only. Based on 
this site suitability approval, the Board of Health will convene a site assigrmient 
hearing in January. A decision on the site assignment should be rendered in 
March or April. 

Two longtime employees of the Recycling Transfer FaciHty, Joseph 
Laugelle and John Barnes, retired in 1995. Closure of the Cedar Street Landfill 
progressed according to a revised schedule established in May. The Comprehen- 
sive Site Assessment (CSA) was filed with DEP and closure plans are ready to be 
filed in January 1996. It is anticipated that construction for closure will com- 
mence in the summer of 1996. 

The rabies epizootic 1994 was greatly diminished in 1995 with only two 
positive cases occurring early in the year. This was probably due to a significant 
die-off of raccoons. 

In conjuncfion with the South Shore Boards of Health Collaborative 
Tobacco Control Program, the Board passed regulations which limit access to 



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tobacco products. Compliance checks for sales to minors revealed that a large 
percentage of facilities which sell tobacco, sold to minors. The regulations 
passed allow only store personnel to handle the product, ban vending machines, 
and provide for fines and suspensions of tobacco sales if selling to minors occurs. 
A compHance check done after merchant education and passage of the regula- 
tions resulted in 100% comphance regarding sales to minors. The Board will 
continue to work with the Collaborative to prevent tobacco related illness and 
death. 

The Board continues to distribute vaccines provided by the Massachusetts 
Department of Public Health to physicians through its contract with the Social 
Service League. A new refrigerator/freezer was purchased to store the soon-to- 
be available chicken-pox vaccine since stringent temperature controls are 
required for storage. The Board continues to provide free pneumonia vaccine 
to all residents at risk — those over sixty-five years of age and those with res- 
piratory disease. 

The revolving account receipts and expenditures for septage disposal at 
Upper Blackstone Pollution Abatement District were: 

Receipts - $8,311.50 
Expenditures - $8,944.80 
Interest Earned - $326.38. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Thomas C. Cook, P.E., Chairman 

Alix P. White, Clerk 

Robert V. Davenport 



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METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING COUNCIL 



In order to increase its ability to serve its local communities, MAPC has 
made an increasing effort over the past year to add new programs and tech- 
nologies that will enhance our existing programs. The agency recently purchased 
MassTrac and MuniLaw, two services that allow MAPC to answer questions on 
current legislative action and local zoning and general by-laws. Additionally, the 
agency continues to work with the Massachusetts Municipal Association's Local 
Net to post information relevant to its communities. Communities that have a 
modem and are not yet part of the network may call MAPC in order to obtain a 
license that will allow them to participate in this program. 

The agency's Data Center has recently compiled new community profiles 
for each community and has developed new 25-year population age group and 
household forecasts for the region. These projections will be used in planning 
for new infrastructure and in the delivery of municipal services in the region. 
MAPC's Geographic Information Systems (GIS) department organized a munici- 
pal GIS user's group that meets to share information and help one another. The 
department also received a state grant to conduct workshops providing technical 
assistance to local communities on how to best plan for their own GIS needs. 

Transportation issues continue to be a major concern for local munici- 
pahties. MAPC works with them to help get their projects ready for the Trans- 
portation Improvement Program (TIP). The agency recently hosted a public 
meeting to provide information on the Transportation Enhancement Program 
so that local governments will have a better chance to make their projects com- 
petitive. In order to improve air quaUty, the federal and state governments 
encourage new and creative approaches under what is called the Transportation 
Demand Management Program. MAPC works with local communities to help 
them formulate their applications for funding under this program. Additionally, 
this year the agency introduced Commuter Check, a program that utilizes a fed- 
eral subsidy to allow employers to provide their employees with a tax free trans- 
portation benefit. Employers can purchase up to $60 a month per employee in 
travel vouchers which their workers can use for commuting by bus, boat, 
subway, train or vanpool. The goal is to reduce the number of single occupancy 
vehicles on the road, thus improving air quality, conserving energy and easing 
the overcrowding of the roadways. Any size business can participate. 

Two other transportation-related programs that MAPC has worked on over 
the past year are the Greater Boston Clean Cities Initiative and the Regional 
Bicycle/Pedestrian Committee effort. The Clean Cities Initiative is a national 
program that assists communities and public agencies in acquiring clean fuel 
vehicles by assisting with the incremental cost differences between these vehicles 
and conventional fuel vehicles. Through this program, communities have the 
opportunity to acquire electric or compressed natural gas vehicles for use in their 
municipal fleets. The program, through the use of Congestion Mitigation/ Air 
Quality funding in the TIP can subsidize the additional costs associated with 
purchasing clean fuel vehicles. The group is also working with the private sector 
to help set up the necessary infrastructure to support these new vehicles. MAPC 



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has acted as the major staff support for the Boston effort. MAPC staff has 
also been very instrumental in helping with numerous bicycle planning efforts 
in the area including helping to develop a regional bicycle/pedestrian plan. The 
agency has assisted the Bicycle Coalition of Massachusetts in setting up a series 
of public meetings as part of their contract with the state to inventory existing 
and potential bicycles facilities throughout the state. The staff has also worked 
with a number of local groups and projects, including: the North Shore Bicycle 
Coalition, the Assabet River Rail Trail organization, the MetroWest/SWAP 
bikeway and the Central Mass. Branch feasibility study. 

MAPC continues to offer its pavement management program to all its com- 
munities. This year, in an effort to increase efficienty and be more compatible 
with the other regional planning agencies throughout the state, MAPC has 
changed the software it uses to VHB's Road Manager. For the first time, the 
agency hired and trained college students to carry out roadway inspections. 
This worked very well and the agency intends to continue the practice in the 
future. 

The Council has continued its active legislative efforts on behalf of its 
cities and towns. On the state level, MAPC played an active role in passing, 
supporting, and/or initiating scores of planning-related efforts, including: the 
MetropoHtan Highway System, the Open Space Bond bill, the River Protection 
bill, the MegaBoston bill, the Budget, the Transportation Bond bill, and the 
Growing Smart legislation. A successful amendment proposed by MAPC to the 
Metropolitan Highway System bill requires the state to disclose the results of a 
feasibility study on creating a dedicated funding source for the Central Artery 
to local municipalities for their review before the state can take any legislative 
action. 

This past year, MAPC placed an increasing emphasis on federal legislative 
priorities. MAPC met individually with six members of the Massachusetts dele- 
gation to discuss important federal legislative initiatives affecting local and 
regional efforts, including the Reauthorization of the Economic Development 
Act (EDA), the Safe Drinking and Clean Water Acts, Housing and Urban Devel- 
opment (HUD) reform, and the reorganization of the Department of Transpor- 
tation among the issues. 

The agency continues to review and comment on Environmental Impact 
Reports (EIRs) that are seen as having regional impacts. Staff handles hundreds 
of calls a year asking for information on a wide range of subjects. They also 
worked with a variety of local planning groups and sponsor or co-sponsor 
several dozen public meetings a year. 

The South Shore Coalition has been meeting for over ten years now to 
discuss issues of mutual concern in the ten-town subregion. Members of the 
group include: Cohasset, Duxbury, Hanover, Hingham, Hull, Marshfield, 
Norwell, Rockland, Scituate and Weymouth. 

This spring the group again held a legislative breakfast for local state legis- 
lators to discuss topics of concern to the local municipalities. The subregion 



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sent a letter to the two U.S. Senators in support of maintaining the Scituate 
Coast Guard Station. The group also sent a detailed comment letter to the Sec- 
retary of EOEA regarding the Greenbush Supplemental DEIR. Among the 
several issues they addressed were the potential traffic impacts near stations, 
the implementation of best management practices to control polluted runoff 
from parking areas, the design of parking lots for public safety and security and 
noise impact analyses. 

The South Shore Regional Refuse Disposal Planning Board, which was an 
outgrowth of the SSC's soUd waste study, was reactivated this year. A full time 
staff member was hired and the group began meeting every two weeks to work 
on plans to help the local communities save money on their household hazard- 
ous waste disposal programs. 

Until this summer, a special report on coastal issues was part of every 
meeting. Recent CZM staff changes caused that part of the regular meeting 
schedule to be eliminated. However, the Local Governance Committee of the 
Mass Bays Project, which meets monthly in Norwell, keeps the SSC informed 
of their projects on the south shore. 

MAPC staff did some research for the town on the role of the local Citi- 
zens' Advisory Committee members and to whom they report and to whom they 
are responsible. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Martha K. Gjesteby 
MAPC Representative for Cohasset 



MOSQUITO CONTROL COMMITTEE 



The first priority of the Cohasset Mosquito Control Committee (CMCC) is 
to educate and inform the public about various aspects of mosquito control. 
From May through September, we received weekly reports from the Virology 
Division (Eastern EncephaHtis Surveillance Program) of the Massachusetts 
Department of Public Health concerning the status of vectors associated with 
Eastern Equine Encephalitis (E.E.E.) found at sites in southeastern Massachu- 
setts. Our committee periodically submitted this information to local news- 
papers. Fortunately, in 1995 no human cases of E.E.E. were reported in 
Massachusetts. 

As part of our educational program, with the cooperation of the PSO, 
650 packets of informational material were distributed in grades K through 5 at 



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the Osgood and Deer Hill Schools. Each packet suggested some activity for 
children and included information for parents about mosquito control through 
source reduction, as well as the proper use of mosquito repellents. 

Source reduction depends upon eliminating breeding sites for mosquitoes. 
With the enthusiastic cooperation of Jack Buckley, a considerable number of 
high school students and several townspeople, we initiated a reclamation project 
to reduce mosquito breeding sites along James Brook between Sohier Street and 
Smith Place, and also in the area near Sanctuary Pond. We hope to continue this 
reclamation project in 1996. 

We also estabhshed an information "packet" station in Town Hall. These 
packets contain invaluable recent materials furnished by the Massachusetts De- 
partment of Public Health and other organizations, such as the Massachusetts 
Audubon Society. The packets provide information on remedial and preventive 
steps in mosquito control, precautions about pesticide use, and proper applica- 
tion of repellents. 

The CMCC urges citizens to report mosquito problems to us so that we 
can take individual action in dealing with both nuisance problems and those 
related to health. Please call the Cohasset Board of Health (383-9900, Ext. 221) 
to report such problems. The CMCC will respond to every call. 

An important goal in 1996 is to minimize the use of chemical pesticides 
(e.g., Resmethrin) by reducing mosquito breeding sites. Chemical pesticides 
may be especially harmful to infants, children and the elderly. Spraying with 
chemical pesticides would, of course, be necessary if E.E.E. were declared by 
the Governor and the Massachusetts Board of Health to be a serious threat. 

We also recommend increased use of larvicides (biological agents such as 
Bacillus thuringiensis israehi [Bti]), which are harmless to humans and pets. 
Such larvicides, applied at appropriate times, prevent the development of the 
adults mosquitoes that cause nuisance problems. 

Since it is the policy of the Plymouth County Mosquito Control Project 
to respond to requests from individuals who wish to have their property sprayed 
for nuisance control, we strongly recommend that neighbors be notified of the 
expected date and time of spraying so that they may take defensive precautions, 
such as closing windows and keeping children indoors. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Charles Gainor, Chairman 

Vincent P. Dunn 

Donna P. French 

Elsa Miller 

Edwin H. Tebbetts 

AHx P. White 

Frank Burk Ketcham, Jr. (resigned 3/1 1/95) 



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PLANNING BOARD 



The Cohasset Planning Board, under the authority granted to it by Massa- 
chusetts General Laws, Chapter 40A, Chapter 41, and the Cohasset Zoning By- 
laws, fulfilled the following responsibilities in 1995: 

* Held 25 meetings. 

* Reviewed for recommendation 32 Zoning Board of Appeals applications. 

* Reviewed and approved eight subdivisions not requiring approval (Form-A's) 

* Reviewed five site plans as follows: 

1. Carousel Antiques (extension granted) meeting of 7/12/95; 

2. Frank Williams Landscaping (extension granted) meeting of 3/29/95; 

3. Cohasset Development Trust (withdrawn) meeting of 10/18/95; 

4. Mobil Oil (approved) meeting of 6/7/95 ; 

5. Shaw's Market (approved) see below: 

meeting of 1/1 1/95 - re. appeal of ZBA decision; 

meeting of 1/18/95 - re. appeal of ZBA decision; 

meeting of 3/29/95 - public hearing; 

meeting of 4/5/95 - continuation of public hearing; 

meeting of 4/26/95 - continuation of public hearing; 

meeting of 5/3/95 - public hearing closed; 

meeting of 5/19/95 - beginning of site plan; 

meeting of 5/17/95 - site plan review; 

meeting of 6/7/95 - site plan review; 

meeting of 6/21/95 - site plan decision approved; 

meeting of 1 1/1/95 - ZBA review of recommendation. 

* Reviewed two subdivisions as follows: 

Ledgewood Drive (modification): 

meeting of 4/26/95 - public hearing; 

meeting of 5/3/95 - public hearing continued and closed; 

meeting of 10/4/95 - approved final phase of subdivision. 

Rose Hill Subdivision: 

meeting of 6/28/95 - public hearing; 

meeting of 7/12/95 - continuation and closing of public hearing. 

Preliminary plan approved. 

Held two public hearings regarding zoning amendments; 

meeting of March 1, 1995 public hearing held for the following zoning 
amendment articles: 

Article 59 



"To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 12 of the Zoning Bylaws, 
Administration and Enforcement, by deleting paragraph (b) of subsection 



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12.6.1 and substituting in its place the following subparagraph (b) of sub- 
section 12.6.1: 

"(b) In any business or light industry district where such construction, re- 
construction, or expansion shall increase total gross floor area, shall 
be issued by the building inspector until he shall have received from 
the planning board a written statement of final approval of the plan- 
ning board in accordance with the provisions of this section or until 
seventy-five (75) days have elapsed after an application of such plan 
approval has been filed with the planning board. This section shall 
not include signs attached to a building or normal maintenance. Not- 
withstanding the foregoing, the planning board in any instance may 
waive the site plan process if in its opinion any construction or 
expansion results in an insignificant increase to the building or other 
structure." 



Defeated. 
Article 60 



"To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 6 of the Zoning Bylaw, 
Sign Regulations, by deleting subsection 6.5.7 and substituting in its place 
the following subsection 6.5.7: 

"In all business districts, each premise may display one unlettered cloth 
flag no larger than twenty (20') square feet that may be extended over 
the sidewalk no closer than two feet (2') from the curb line nor eight (8') 
feet above the sidewalk. Lettered flags may be displayed only as tempo- 
rary signs according to paragraph 6.2.2 of this zoning bylaw." 



Adopted. 

Article 6 1 

*'To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 3 of the Zoning Bylaw, 
EstabUshment of Zoning Districts, by deleting paragraph 3.3.4 in its 
entirety and re-lettering paragraphs 3.3.5 and 3.3.6 as paragraph 3.3.4 and 
3.3.5." 

Indefinitely postponed at meeting of 3/1/95. 

Article 62 

"To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 6 of the Zoning Bylaw, 
Sign Regulations, by deleting paragraph 6.3.13 in its entirety and substi- 
tuting in its entirety the following paragraph 6.3.13, subparagraphs (a) and 
(b) which shall read as follows: 

"6.3.13 (a) Subject to subparagraph (b) hereof, no billboard or sign of a 
general advertising nature which does not pertain to a building, struc- 
ture or use on the same premises as the location of such sign shall be 
permitted within the Town." 



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" (b) Churches, educational institutions, and other non-profit 
organizations which abut pubHc land may, with the written permis- 
sion of the board of selectmen, erect a sign on such abutting public 
land so long as the sign otherwise complies with all provisions of this 
bylaw and describes thereon only the name of the educational institu- 
tion or other non-profit organization and its hours of operation or the 
name and denomination of a church and its hours of service." 



Adopted. 
Article 63 



"To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 8 of the Zoning Bylaw, 
Non-conforming Uses, Structures and Lots, by deleting therefrom subpara- 
graph (a) of paragraph 8.7 and substituting in its place the following para- 
graph 8.7, subparagraph (a): 

■'(a) An existing one or two-family house may be extended, altered or 
enlarged so long as the extension, alteration or enlargement complies 
in all respects with the Area Regulations as set forth in Section 5.3.1." 



Postponed. 
Article 64 



•'To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 5 of the Zoning Bylaw, 
Area Regulations, by adding thereto a new paragraph 5.4.12 which will 
read as follows: 

"5.4.12. Maximum Floor Area. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary 
contained in this bylaw, no single structure which has a total gross 
floor area in excess of eighty thousand (80,000) square feet shall be 
permitted in any district." 



Adopted. 

Article 66 

"To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 4 of the Zoning Bylaw, Use 
Regulations, by deleting under the caption 'Wholesale and Manufactur- 
ing' and opposite the description 'Above Ground Storage of Gas and 
Petroleum Products,' the word 'no' as it appears under each of the eight 
zoning districts in the Table of Use Regulations, paragraph 4.2, and sub- 
stitute in their place the designation 'SP' thereby permitting above- 
ground storage of gas and petroleum products in all districts by special 
permit." 

Adopted. 

Public Hearing for 1 1/6/95 Special Town Meeting 

Article 49 



"To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 2 of the Zoning Bylaw, 
Definitions, by inserting the definition of fast-food restaurants as follows: 

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"Fast-food Restaurant — An establishment whose business is the sale of 
pre-prepared or rapidly prepared food directly to the customer, intended 
for immediate consumption, on or off the premises, and usually requiring 
ordering of food at a counter or take-out window." 

"And by amending the Table of Use Regulations by inserting under the 
heading 'Retail & Service' the following: 

Residential District Non-Residential Official & Open 

Space 

R-A R-B R-C DB WB HB LI OS 

Fast-food 

Restaurant No No No SP SP SP SP No 

"And by amending the Table of Use Regulations by deleting therefrom 
under the heading 'Retail and Service' the use category that presently 
reads 'Restaurants serving foods or beverages from within the premises' 
and inserting in place thereof the following: 

"Restaurants (other than fast-food restaurants) servicing beverages from 
within the premises." 

Adopted. 

* Continued monitoring of approved cluster developments; 

* Continued monitoring of approved subdivisions; 

* Continued monitoring of approved site plans. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Alfred S. Moore, Jr., Chairman 

William J. Good, Vice Chairman 

Jean H. Simonds, Clerk 

Robert H. Sturdy 

John F. O'Toole 



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PLYMOUTH COUNTY MOSQUITO CONTROL PROJECT 



The Commissioners of the Plymouth County Mosquito Control Project 
are pleased to submit the following report of our activities during 1995. 

The Project is a special district created by the State Legislature in 1957 
and is now composed of 25 Plymouth County towns, the City of Brockton, and 
the Town of Cohasset in Norfolk County. The Project is a regional response to 
a regional problem and provides a way of organizing specialized equipment, 
specially trained employees, and mosquito control professionals into a single 
agency with a broad geographical area of responsibility. 

Again in 1995, the season began with an above normal water table which 
produced large numbers of spring brood mosquitoes throughout the County. 
Efforts were directed at larval mosquitoes starting with the spring brood. 
Ground and Aerial larviciding was accomplished using B.t.i., an environmentally 
selective bacterial agent. Upon emergence of the spring brood of adult mos- 
quitoes, ultra-low-volume adulticiding began. The Project responded to service 
requests until a drying trend occurred during mid-summer. All sprayers and 
trucks performed well with little time lost to breakdowns. 

The threat of the mosquito-transmitted disease Eastern Equine Encepha- 
litis (EEE) was low in 1995. This season marked the second consecutive year 
since 1981 that EEE virus was not isolated during the mosquito surveillance 
period. A certificate of recognition was presented on September 21, 1995, to 
the Massachusetts Mosquito Control Association for continued cooperation and 
coordination with the Department of Public Health in providing surveillance of 
Eastern Equine EncephaHtis. 

The figures specific to the Town of Cohasset are given below. While 
mosquitoes do not respect town lines, the information given below does provide 
a tally of the activities which have had the greatest impact on the health and 
comfort of Cohasset residents. 

Insecticide Application. 1,255 acres were treated using truck mounted 
sprayers for control of adult mosquitoes. More than one application was made 
to the same site if mosquitoes reinvaded the area. The first treatments were 
made in May and the last in September. 

Our greatest effort has been targeted at mosquitoes in the larval stage, 
which can be found in woodland pools, swamps, marshes and other standing 
water areas. Inspectors continually gather data on these sites and treat with 
highly specific larvicides when immature mosquitoes are present. Last year a 
total of 1 1 1 inspections were made to 80 catalogued breeding sites. 

Water Management. During 1995 crews removed blockages, brush and 
other obstructions from 540 linear feet of ditches and streams to prevent over- 
flows or stagnation that can result in mosquito breeding. This work, together 
with machine reclamation, is most often carried out in the fall and winter. 



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Machine Reclamation. 50 linear feet of saltmarsh ditch was reconstructed 
in Cohasset using one of the Project's two track driven backhoes. 

Finally, we have been tracking complaint response time, that is, the time 
between notice of a mosquito problem and response by one of our inspectors. 
The complaint response time in the Town of Cohasset was less than two days, 
with more than 126 complaints answered. 

Mosquito Survey. A systematic sampling for the mosquitoes in Cohasset 
indicates that CoquUlettidia perturbans was the most abundant species. Other 
species collected included Culex pipiens and Uranotaenia sapphirina. 

We encourage citizens or municipal officials to call our office for informa- 
tion about mosquitoes, mosquito-borne diseases, control practices, or any other 
matters of concern. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Kenneth W. Ludlam, Ph.D., Superintendent 

Commissioners: 

Carolyn Brennan, Chairman 

Robert A. Thorndike, Vice Chairman 

Leighton F. Peck, Jr., Secretary 

William J. Mara 

Alice A. Pratt 



RECYCLING COMMITTEE 



Recycling continues successfully. All materials recycled in past years 
continue, with oil and oil filters added. 

A state grant provided the Town with a wood frame building for storage 
and recycling of paint. It is estimated that approximately 80% of hazardous 
waste collected annually is made up of paint products. By recycling latex paint, 
we expect to help reduce the expense of hazardous waste objection. Members 
of the Recycling Committee continue to research ways to improve recycling. 

Annual School Day continues with a tour of the Recycling Transfer 
Facility by four classes in the spring. Last year some eighty children learned 
first hand what recycling is all about in Cohasset. 



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Cohasset was cited for its outstanding recycling efforts, placing third 
among Massachusetts cities and towns in 1994. 

For 1995 our recycling percentage was 38% of total trash. The state's 
goal is 42% by the year 2000. 

The Committee is again pleased with cooperation townspeople show in 
recycling. We pledge our support to continue our successful trend. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Arthur L. Lehr, Jr., Chairman 

Merle S. Brown 

John F. Hubbard 

Mix P. White 

David Bigley 

Luther S. Leighton 

Eunice L. Brownell 

Glen Tracy 



SOUTH SHORE REGIONAL 
REFUSE DISPOSAL PLANNING BOARD 



The South Shore Regional Refuse Disposal Planning Board has one to 
three members, appointed by the Town Moderator, from each of these ten 
towns: Cohasset, Duxbury, Hanover, Hingham, Hull, Marshfield, Norwell, 
Rockland, Scituate and Weymouth, At present there is only one member from 
Cohasset. 

1995 was a year of substantial progress for the Board, which approved 
formal Bylaws, adopted a vision/mission statement, elected a slate of officers, 
hired a full time soHd waste planner, and issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) 
for regional household hazardous waste collection services. 

During 1995, the Board's activities received inquiries from a number of 
other towns in the area, including Braintree, Plymouth, Halifax, Kingston, and 
Pembroke, about joining the Board and participating in regional solid waste 
efforts. 

As Cohasset's representative, I contributed to the work of the Board by 
serving as Chairman of the Bylaws Subcommittee and authoring the Bylaws that 
were adopted unanimously by the Board, and by serving on the Selection Sub- 
committee for regional household hazardous waste services. 

Since all of the towns in the Board's service area appear to have made suf- 
ficient provision for disposal of municipal soUd waste for the foreseeable future, 
the Board's efforts at present are being directed to assisting the member towns 



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with developing regional solutions for effectively diverting recyclables and other 
materials from the waste stream to better protect the environment and to (hope- 
fully) provide more cost effective materials collection and diversion methods for 
the member towns. 

The Board has been able to be effective on behalf of the ten member 
towns because of the participation of the representatives from each town, and 
also because of the employment of a full-time solid waste planner, Carol Swete, 
who has been hired this year through a grant from the Department of Environ- 
mental Protection. We are hopeful, with a contribution of less than $5,000 
during the next fiscal year from each member town, that we will be able to 
keep this valuable professional assistance for at least an additional year. 

Cohasset has been in the forefront of recycling for decades and has one of 
the most successful municipal recycling programs in Massachusetts. As the 
smallest town in the Board's service area, we may be able to realize some bene- 
fits from entering into regional programs, where appropriate, for collection and 
disposal of recyclables and other materials. 

The South Shore Regional Refuse Disposal Planning Board, after about a 
decade of inaction and indecision, has finally developed the program and re- 
sources to provide effective regional cooperation on sohd waste disposal for 
South Shore communities. With the continued support of each of the member 
towns, I am hopeful that the Board can continue to develop regional solutions 
to soUd waste issues. 

Respectfully submitted, 

JohnK.McNabb,Jr. 
Cohasset Member 



WATER RESOURCES PROTECTION COMMITTEE 



During 1995 the Water Resources Protection Committee continued its 
efforts, pursuant to the mandate of Town Meeting under Article 46 of the 1994 
Annual Town Meeting, to investigate potential sources of pollution of our 
sources of public water supply, review the 1986 Camp Dresser & McKee Water 
Resources Management Plan, study feasible means of regional watershed protec- 
tion, and to present a report at Town Meeting. 

This Committee consists of four citizens appointed by the Board of Select- 
men, and ex-officio representatives from the Drainage Advisory Committee, 
Conservation Commission, Board of Health, Planning Board, and Water Commis- 
sion. 



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At the 1995 Annual Town Meeting, the Committee was successful in pass- 
ing Article 27 to provide $3,500 for spill control equipment. The Fire Chief 
has purchased, pursuant to this Article, the booms, absorbent materials, salvage 
drums, and other spill control equipment which should better prepare the Town 
to respond to an oil spill that might threaten Lily Pond, our primary source of 
public drinking water. 

Another warrant article, Article 25, proposed by the Committee to pro- 
hibit motorboating or other activities on Lily Pond which would tend to con- 
taminate the water supply, was defeated by Town Meeting. The Committee 
has been discussing this issue with the Water Commission and is hopeful that, 
where appropriate, water supply protection authority will be established through 
the Water Department regulations. Article 26, to create the position of Water 
Resource Protection Officer, was withdrawn by the Committee for further dis- 
cussion. 

An appropriate forum for regional water supply protection discussions 
with neighboring towns was established when the Metropolitan Area Planning 
Commission, with the support of the Cohasset Board of Selectmen and this 
Committee, received a 604(b) water quality planning grant from the Depart- 
ment of Environmental Protection to study local water supply protection 
regulations, bylaws, and policies under the direction of a grant management 
committee representing the ten towns in the South Shore CoaUtion. At the 
time of this report, that grant had not yet been received but was expected in 
early 1996, when it is hoped that the grant will finally be received and that 
regional watershed protection discussions can begin. 

The South Shore Coalition was successful in getting all member towns to 
sign onto the Memorandum of Agreement for the South Shore Water Supply 
Protection Advisory Committee, which could be another forum for these needed 
regional water protection discussions. 

The Committee kept track of, and submitted relevant comments on, a 
number of potential or existing threats to the sources of water supply, including 
the proposed expansion of the Cohasset Heights Ltd. landfill, the Hingham 
Annex hazardous waste site, and the Wompatuck State Park Army restoration 
project. The Committee also submitted a comment on the environmental 
impact report for the Greenbush train restoration project and noted its concerns 
that potential adverse effects from the train restoration be appropriately miti- 
gated. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John K. McNabb, Jr., Chairman 

Mark B. Bell, Vice Chairman 

Dean Rizzo, Secretary 

James C. Kinch 

John D. Chapman (Drainage Advisory Committee) ex-officio 

Thomas C. Cook (Board of Health) ex-officio 

John Kent Bryant (Conservation Commission) ex-officio 

Alfred S. Moore, Jr. (Planning Board) ex-officio 

Frederick R. Koed (Water Commission) ex-officio 

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PUBLIC SAFETY 

CIVILIAN DISPATCH COMMITTEE 



The newly organized Civilian Dispatch Committee presents to the Board of 
Selectmen and Town of Cohasset its inaugural annual report detailing its opera- 
tions in 1995. Presented with a mandate to institute this new department, in 
conjunction with the soon-to-be implemented E911 program, this committee, 
with much assistance from members of the Board of Selectmen and Arthur Lehr, 
brought this service on line in six months. 

With Town Meeting funding, what was formerly the Police radio dispatch 
center was upgraded to accommodate radio equipment to handle Fire Depart- 
ment frequencies. A new Fire radio, command consoles for two work stations, 
and the E91 1 telephones, recording devices, and related hardware were installed 
to provide a modern facility to handle the combined fire, police and ambulance 
communications traffic. When installing the new equipment, it became apparent 
that a long-standing problem of poor transmissions in certain areas of Town 
needed to be addressed. With cooperation of the Massachusetts Highway 
Department, a radio was installed at its facility to transmit signals from that 
location. 

Installation of carpeting and a suspended ceiling further enhanced the 
ability to monitor communications from various agencies, particularly during 
times of busy radio traffic. 

Staffing the new department was a major priority, and the Committee 
received about 100 applications for the full- and part-time communications 
officer positions. All newly hired dispatchers passed the required E911 course 
provided through NYNEX and the State Emergency Telecommunications Board. 
They were provided with in-house training in handling Police and Fire Depart- 
ment calls. 

The long awaited implementation of E911 on June 7 brought its first 
call " a successful incident response to a call that could not have been traced 
without this new technology. 

This Committee, ever mindful of the need for rapid emergency response, 
hopes to continue to improve the professionalism of its personnel and looks 
forward to the implementation of the public safety computer system. The com- 
puter will eliminate manual logging of calls that can be difficult for dispatchers 
to handle when faced with simultaneous incidents, or those which require a 
multi-departmental response. 

Finally, the Committee wishes to thank Wiring Superintendent Stephen 
Wigmore, Building Inspector Robert Egan, Police Officer Richard Yocum, and 
Firefighter WiUiam Protulis for their technical assistance in upgrading our 



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equipment and facilities. Tlie Police Officers and Firefighters who availed them- 
selves of E911 training and enthusiastically assisted in training the new dispat- 
chers also deserve our gratitude. 

We look forward to 1996, knowing that the most intensive part of this 
program's development is behind us, with the ongoing challenge to meet the 
public's higher expectation level for this important service. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Gregory J. Doyon, Chairman 

Roger W. Lincoln, Fire Chief 

Brian W. Noonan, Police Chief 



EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 



1995 was an uneventful year for emergencies in Cohasset. A Northeaster 
in December buried our Town and caused considerable expense to our Highway 
Department for snow removal. High tides and wind did not develop to the 
extent that we needed to evacuate any citizens from their homes. Various 
departments were prepared and ready for such need. 

The American Red Cross estabHshed an evacuation center at the High 
School, but its services were not required. 

It was a very quiet and dry year and emergencies requiring outside assist- 
ance did not materialize. 

Town employees again responded in a professional manner to situations as 
they arose. 



Respectfully submitted, 

Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. 
Emergency Manager 



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FIRE DEPARTMENT 



I hereby submit the Annual Report of the Cohasset Fire Department for 
the year ending December 31, 1 995 . 

A Statistical Analysis of the Department Responses for the year is as 
follows: 

Building/Structure Fires 29 

Brush/Outdoor Fires 44 

Motor Vehicle Accidents 58 

Motor Vehicle Fires 7 

Medical Emergencies 502 

Assistance 43 

Investigations 203 

Inspections 417 

Miscellaneous 370 



Total 1,673 

Mutual Aid with other Towns, for Fires: 

Rendered 36 

Received 8 

Medical Responses: 

Total Calls 502 

Number of persons transported 345 

Mutual Aid Rendered 92 

Mutual Aid Received 20 

The Fire Department is currently operating with the following equipment: 

Engine 1 - 1994 Pierce - 1,750 G.P.M. Pumper 
Engine 2 - 1987 Pierce - 1,250 G.P.M. Pumper 
Engine 3 - 1979 Duplex - 1,250 G.P.M. pumper 
Ladder 1 - 1978 Seagrave - 100 ft. Aerial Ladder 
Forest 1 - 1982 Ford - 4 w.d. - 100 G.P.M. pump 
Rescue 3 — 1993 International Ambulance 
Car 20 - 1995 Ford - 4 w.d. - Chiefs Vehicle 
Rescue Craft - 1993 Avon - 14 ft./Trailer 



PERSONNEL 

Firefighter/E.M.T. Linwood L. Davis retired on May 21, 1995, after 30 
years of faithful and honorable service to the Town of Cohasset. 

Firefighter James P. Runey was promoted to the rank of Fire Captain, 
effective September 27, 1995. 



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EQUIPMENT 

Two valuable pieces of equipment were installed at Fire Headquarters 
during 1995: 

A new emergency electric generator to replace a thirty -year-old unit, and 
an Exhaust Removal System to protect employees from the harmful effects of 
diesel and gasoline exhaust. Both units were authorized by the 1994 Annual 
Town Meeting. 

TRAINING 

Eleven of the Fire Department's Emergency Medical Technicians were 
certified in the use of Epiniphrine Auto-Injectors. "Epi-pens," as they are 
commonly referred to, are used for the emergency treatment of severe allergic 
reactions to insect stings and bites, foods, drugs and other allergins. 

In conclusion, I would like to extend to the citizens of Cohasset, the 
Board of Selectmen and the heads and members of the Town departments and 
committees my sincere thanks and appreciation for their assistance. 

To all of the Officers and Firefighters of the Department for their dedica- 
tion and performance of duties, my sincere thanks and appreciation. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Roger W. Lincoln, Chief 



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HARBOR DEPARTMENT 

The transition between Harbor Masters took place in a smooth manner, 
thanks to the able assistance of Town Administrator Gregory Doyon and Assist- 
ant Harbor Master Robert Baggs. 

The fall season gave us many storms with high winds and severe rain, with 
no significant amount of damage, I look forward to working with the Board of 
Selectmen and Townspeople during the 1996 boating season. 

RESPONSES FOR THE YEAR 

Boats towed: 48 

Boats dewatered: 22 

Calls from Coast Guard: 20 . 

Respectfully submitted, 

John H. Winters, III 
Harbor Master 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 
UNIFORM CRIME REPORT 1 995 STATISTICS 

Offense Reported 

Rape 

Robbery 1 

Assaults 21 

Breaking & Entering 28 

B&E or Larceny from M/V 10 

Larceny 81 

Larceny of M/V 5 

Vandalism/Malicious Destruction of Property 101 

Motor Vehicle Accidents Investigated 149 

Traffic Citations Issued 2,240 

Residential & Business alarms answered 508 

Stolen motor vehicles recovered 3 

Official complaints received 5,360 

Department vehicles - patrol mileage 181,331 

Special Details 716 

Bicycles registered 12 



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RECORD OF ARRESTS 1995: 

Offense 

Assault & Battery 

Assault & Battery of a Police Officer 

Attempted Armed Robbery 

Breaking & Entering 

Domestic Violence 

Larceny Attempt 

Larceny M/V 

Malicious Destruction of Property 

Minor Possessing/Transporting Alcohol 

Motor Vehicle Violations 

Operating Under Influence Alcohol M/V 

Operating Under Influence Alcohol Boat 

Open & Gross Lewdness 

Protective Custody 

Receiving Stolen Property 

Shoplifting 

Violation Drug Laws 

Warrant Arrests 



ale 


Female 


1 




2 




1 




1 




9 


1 


5 




1 






1 


20 


10 


9 




20 


3 


1 




1 




26 


4 


2 




3 


1 


10 




59 


9 



TOTAL ARRESTS - 200 



FEES RETURNED TO GENERAL FUND 

Court fines & assessments $27,028.00 

Parking Violations ??'o7o 7c 

Paid Detail Surcharge 'iL/Lr. 

License Fees 

Requests for Police Reports 
Restitution 



805.00 
634.00 
400.00 



False alarms/billing ^^^-^^ 

TOTAL $63,745.75 

Respectfully submitted, 

Brian W. Noonan, Chief 



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J 



WIRE DEPARTMENT 



I herewith submit the Annual Report of the Wire Department for the year 
ending December 31,1 995 . 



Fire and Traffic Signals 

No alarm boxes were added to the fire alarm system this past year. Boxes 
were tested and some were painted. Some 600 feet of new wire was installed, 
replacing damaged wire and re-routing wires. Traffic lights were kept in good 
working condition and painted. 

Wire Inspections 

All work performed by contractors working in Town was inspected by the 
department and fees collected were recorded and turned over to the Town 
Treasurer. 

Electrical Installations and Repairs to Town Buildings 

All electrical work and repairs to Town-owned buildings and properties 
were performed by the Wire Department. 



I wish to thank all department heads for their cooperation with the de- 
partment, and to the persons who v/orked with me this past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Stephen F. Wigmore, Superintendent 



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PUBLIC WORKS 



CEMETERY STUDY COMMITTEE 



Summary 

The CSC is pursuing the Beechwood Upgrade/Expansion Project in parallel 
with solving the long term site requirements (New facility - 25 year capability). 
This is a change in strategy from the committee's previous phased approach. 
The committee expects to be in a position to request required approvals for the 
new facilities at the April Town Meeting. 

Current Status 

Beechwood Upgrade / Expansion Project: 

Engineering design proposals have been solicited and received from two 
companies. 

The proposals outline the engineering costs required to complete design 
development documents essential to permitting and construction of the 
proposed upgrade/expansion. The proposed expansion is based on the 
June 1988 plan to extend the existing facility by 280 graves. 

The CSC expects to act on these proposals by November 28, 1995, which 
would support physical work beginning in early summer 1996. This is 
certainly contingent upon obtaining local/state board approvals and addi- 
tional funding if required. 



New Facility — Town-owned land off Route 3 A: 

Preliminary studies are under way which focus on Town-owned land off 
Route 3 A. This parcel (4 IB) is essentially between the Stop and Shop 
parking area and additional Town-owned land bordering the Deer Hill 
School property. The parcel is bounded to the north and south by resi- 
dential private property. The Town maintains a right of way to Route 
3A; however, significant wetlands are involved. 

This parcel has been previously proposed; however, difficult access issues 
associated with the 3 A right of way were not able to be reconciled. 

The CSC is conducting preliminary studies which focus on accessing the 
parcel from Sohier Street. Options under consideration include a private 
property purchase/swap (3A end of Sohier) or gaining access from the 
westerly side of the Deer Hill School property. 



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The studies are extremely preliminary at this point. This is, again, cer- 
tainly contingent upon obtaining applicable local/state board approvals 
and required funding. The target schedule for physical work would be 
late 1996 to early 1997. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Joseph L. Jerz, Chairman 

Nancy C. Snowdale (resigned 6/30/95) 

James H. Gilman 

Julianna D. Hassan 

Joseph M. Curley 

Glenn A. Pratt 



GOVERNMENT ISLAND STUDY COMMITTEE 



Forty -nine years ago the Town of Cohasset bought for $29,000.00 7.37 
acres of ledge, woods, marsh and a small field. It was called Gulf Island, Doanes 
Island, or Government Island, depending on how old you were/ are. These acres 
contain, reflect, give to you, if you choose to look and think, a lot of history. 
The Town is fortunate to be able to call it our property — our piece of history. 

This piece of history is overseen by a committee, the Government Island 
Study Committee, a group of seven individuals (volunteers) who give their time 
to make this piece of history interesting to you and your visitors. This group 
recommends things to be done to the Board of Selectmen who, in turn, will 
have it done, or if it is a major project requiring a vote of the Townspeople, 
will bring it to you at Town Meeting to accept or reject. You have been very 
receptive to our suggestions. The Committee wishes to thank you for your 
vote of confidence. 

IXiring 1995 there were suggestions made to the Chairman by different 
members as to corrections needed: signs to be put up, improvements recom- 
mended and, in general, day-to-day actions to keep the Island presentable. 
These were passed on to the Board of Selectmen which processed them. This 
system works, but the Committee feels the need to improve this communication, 
so it is putting into effect specific meeting dates. Whether they are to be 
monthly, bi-monthly or quarterly is yet to be determined. 



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We feel that Government Island is one of Cohasset's greatest assets, histori- 
cally, commercially and recreationally. We hope you will take some time to 
visit the area yourself with your visitors and enjoy it, to sit quietly and absorb 
the history that is there. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Hamilton T. Tewksbury, Chairman 

Constance M. Afshar 

Richard P. Barrow 

James R. Bonetti 

Robert M. Davenport 

Noel A. Ripley 

John H. Winters III, Harbor Master (ex-officio) 



HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 



Due to a fairly mild winter at the beginning of the year, the Highway De- 
partment was able to begin the road sweeping program early. Every street was 
swept clean of sand and general debris. During the following months the 
sweeper was out frequently, keeping our streets clean. 

With monies appropriated at Town Meeting, we replaced 1,500 feet of 
fence at various locations. This will be an ongoing project. Also, with monies 
appropriated at Town Meeting, the drainage ditches along Atlantic Avenue were 
cleaned. 

In conjunction with the Tree & Park Department, we dug up the old track 
at Milliken Field and then loamed and reseeded the entire area. 

While the weather remained good, we replaced the railing next to the Teen 
Center. We then installed a new 4' piece of 15" galvanized pipe with a new 
flapper at Margin Street. 

1995 was a busy year for road repairs and resurfacing. Using our own men 
and machines, we resurfaced various secondary roads and sidewalks with 447 
tons of asphalt. 

With monies received from the State, we were able to resurface sections of 
Pond Street, King Street, Beechwood Street and Linden Drive. 

We constructed new islands at King Street, Forest Avenue and Linden 
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During bad weather we were in the garage repairing and repainting signs 
around Town. We also built twelve new sets of sawhorses that have been used 
many times during flooding and storm situations and at other events where 
needed. 

The year ended with snowstorms beginning in November that kept us 
busy. My thanks to the men from the Highway and Tree & Park Departments, 
and the hired contractors for keeping our roads clear for safe travel. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Harold W. Litchfield 
Highway Surveyor 



SEWER COMMISSION 



As noted in the 1994 Annual Town Report, the Town and the Common- 
wealth entered into a new Agreement for Judgment on November 8, 1994, 
("the New Agreement"). The New Agreement permits the Town to evaluate 
three alternatives for the resolution of its wastewater treatment and disposal 
problems as follows: 

— The Hull Alternative 

— The James Brook Alternative 

— The Cohasset Harbor Alternative 

Details of the three alternatives are provided in the 1994 Annual Town 
Report. 

The Town's engineer for the evaluation of the Alternatives, Tutela Engin- 
eering Associates Incorporated ("TEA"), has proceeded as stipulated in the New 
Agreement. At this point in the evaluation of the alternatives, it is the opinion 
of TEA that at least one of the Cohasset alternatives would be "approvable" by 
the Commonwealth. 

In the course of the TEA study for the entire Town, it has become appar- 
ent that the highest environmental priority within the Town is the Straits Pond 
area which has been designated by the Commonwealth as an ACEC (Area of 
Critical Environmental Concern). The Town of Hull shares Straits Pond with 
Cohasset and, therefore, both towns are concerned that the immediate area 
should be sewered. To this end, an Intermunicipal Agreement ("IMA") is in the 
process of negotiation between the two towns. Under this IMA, wastewater 
from the Cohasset side of Straits Pond would be pumped to Hull for treatment 
in the Hull wastewater treatment plant. The Commissioners expect that the 
IMA will be signed by both parties early in 1996 and that both towns will be 
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The Sewer System Evaluation Survey ("SSES") noted in the 1994 Annual 
Town Report has been completed by the Town's engineer for this project, 
Whitman & Howard ("WH"). WH has located and identified sources of inflow 
and infiltration (leakage) in the Town's collector system. At the Special Town 
Meeting on November 6, 1995, the Town voted the funds to repair the major 
sources of leakage in the system. The Sewer Commissioners expect that these 
repairs will be completed by mid-summer of 1996. 

The Town's operation and maintenance contractor. Professional Services 
Group, Incorporated, continues to provide outstanding service to the Town. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Edward M. Guild, Chairman 

Henry A. Rattenbury 

R. Gary Vanderweil 



TREE, PARK AND CEMETERY DEPARTMENT 



Due to an extremely dry summer, the Tree and Park Department concen- 
trated on removing dead and diseased trees and maintaining road sides. We 
planted trees and shrubs behind the backstop at Beechwood Ball Park, which 
improves the scenery immeasurably. We also planted trees in the newly con- 
structed islands on Linden Drive. 

In conjunction with the Highway Department, we overseeded the track 
at Milliken Field. We installed temporary fence at this site and made other 
improvements. We painted chain link fencing at both the Joseph Osgood School 
and Beechwood Ball Park. 

Most of November and December were spent with the Highway Depart- 
ment removing snow. 

Thanks to the men of the other Town departments for their continued 
cooperation. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Peter G. Laugelle, Superintendent 



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WATER COMMISSIONERS 



Contract Services 

On July 1, 1995, Cohasset Water Services (a joint venture of Western and 
Sampson Services and Pennichuk Water Service Co.) began contract service 
operations of the Cohasset Water System. Cohasset Water Services hired Dick 
Cohan as superintendent and offered positions to all Cohasset Water Department 
employees. Three employees chose not to accept positions with Cohasset Water 
Services. 

Water Distribution Improvements 

5,800 feet of water main was installed during the summer of 1995 on 
Forest Avenue, including fifteen new fire hydrants. Other phase one improve- 
ments completed included the replacement of 800 feet of eight-inch pipe under 
Atlantic Avenue at Cunningham's bridge and in Beechwood the replacement of 
2,400 feet from Riverview Drive to the ballfield. At the water plant the filter 
media of three filter beds were replaced to improve water quahty. Cleaning of 
the storage tank interior was postponed until 1996 due to com.plications in re- 
moving the sediment. The altitude valve repairs at the storage tank were also 
completed. The backflow prevention program completed 153 surveys. Fifty- 
four violations were recorded, of which 32 remain to be corrected. Phase two 
improvements will begin in the spring of 1996 with the replacement or relining 
of various pipes in the system. 

Meter Replacement 

Replacing and upgrading all of the water meters throughout the Town 
began in January 1996 with the idea of improving billing and eliminating esti- 
mated and inaccurate bills. These meters will be read from outside readers con- 
nected to the meters inside the buildings. 

At the close of fiscal year 1995, over $100,000 was repaid to the Town of 
Cohasset of the debt owed from the Water Department. For the year 1995 the 
plant production was 270,706,640 gallons out to distribution. The Water Com- 
missioners and Cohasset Water Services would like to thank all of the various 
boards and committees that have assisted the department and the board through- 
out the year. The board will continue to seek to improve the system for the 
benefit of all of the ratepayers and taxpayers. 



Respectfully submitted, 

Frederick R. Koed, Chairman 

Robert E. Kasameyer, Secretary 

William J. Montuori 



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HUMAN SERVICES 



COUNCIL ON AGING 



The Council on Aging has been in existence as a Town department by way 
of unanimous voice vote since the Spring Annual Town Meeting 1968. Our 
mission remains the same today as in 1968. That is to provide assistance in 
maintaining the independence of older individuals in their own community for 
as long as it is safely possible. We have tried to accomplish this goal through 
services that include health, education, recreation, advocacy, and resources for 
the older adults of Cohasset and their families. 

During the past year (July 1994 - June 1995) the Council on Aging 
reached a record number of different individuals sixty years or older who parti- 
cipated in Council activities through its programs and public relations efforts. 
Over 941 individuals received 11,109 units of services via the aging network 
and support systems. This effort was also reinforced by news in the Council's 
monthly newsletter "THE VISTA." 

The year began with the Council on Aging receiving word that the Gover- 
nor had recommended a major increase in the local Council's budget line item 
that comes from the Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA). 
After a long and difficult six years of struggling and stretching every nickel, it 
was welcome news to all Councils across the State. Much of the credit goes to 
Rep. Mary Jeanette Murray (Cohasset) and Rep. Paul Haley (Weymouth) for 
supporting and assisting in the passage of the amendment on the House Floor. 

Other accomplishments in 1995 included: 

1. We enjoyed participation in the Cohasset Food Pantry by donating 
produce grown in our Community Garden. The Council on Aging entered its 
fourth year of the SHARE program. During the past 12 months an average of 
35 persons per month received 50 food packages at a retail value of $35.00 (for 
only $13 each) and donated 900 hours of service to the community, with a 
value of $10,500. The real success of the program goes to the person most in- 
volved, co-sponsor of the SHARE Program Mr. John Kierce, a true community 
leader. 

2. For the third year in a row the Council on Aging was given a small 
grant of $8,500 from the Area Agency on Aging to continue a Medical Access 
Transportation program. This program has been operated under the South 
South Elder Services and is specifically designed to assist Cohasset elders with 
transportation into Boston area Hospitals who are unable to access any other 
means of transportation due to their health problems. Fortunately, in October 
we did get extra funds to cover the shortfalls in transportation. This MAP 
project is part of a five-town consortium that includes Cohasset which received 
$12,500 to cover the next fiscal year. 



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3. The SHINE Program (Serving Health Information Needs Of Elders) 
has completed its eighth successful year working out of Cohasset's office. The 
program has twelve SHINE councilors. From July 1994 to June 1995, council- 
ors served 333 individuals and provided over 377 hours to the clients they 
serve. Of those, 89 unduplicated Cohasset residents were served by the pro- 
grams. Counselors are trained to handle HMO inquiries, Medicare, Medicap, 
long term Health and Insurance questions, and the most pressing issues around 
sales abuse of older people. The Program has been funded for eight years under 
a grant from the Executive Office of Elder Affairs. 

4. In January we received notification of a first time grant from the 
Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA) to fund the position of Volunteer 
Coordinator. Pat Ryan had been designated as the Coordinator. This grant 
requires the Council to recruit, train and supervise volunteers, as well as develop 
new programs for homebound elder men and women. We have held training and 
recruitment for existing programs like transportation and senior luncheons. 
These two programs specifically have lost significant numbers and are in need 
of replacements. 

The fiscal year (July 1994 - June 1995) ended with 149 volunteers con- 
tributing 13,187 hours of service directly benefiting the Council on Aging, at an 
estimatedvalue of $121,701. 

5. The luncheon program is once again supported by the Formula Grant 
and Title 111-B from South Shore Elder Services. Lindsay Guild manages the 
two days a week luncheon and Margaret Casey planned wonderful programs at- 
tracting new people coming to the luncheons. The program served 120 undupli- 
cated people and 2,275 duplicated people. 

The senior center provides multiple weekly classes and activities with a 
variety of special monthly programs, prevention screenings and assistance with 
insurance, taxes, and other problems. Our newsletter is sent to the home of 
every resident sixty years and older and may be requested by others. We enjoy 
offering the means of communication and hope everyone learns by it in some 
form or another. 

During 1996 the Council looks forward to continued improvement to the 
quality of service to the older population here in Cohasset. We invite the public 
to drop in to the Senior Center, 3 North Main Street, between 8:30 am and 4:30 
pm. 

We would like to take this opportunity to express our thanks and appre- 
ciation to the board, staff and volunteers who are the backbone of this opera- 
tion, the "Friends" for their financial support, the Community Center staff and 



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the many other Town departments which have supported us in many ways over 
the past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Joseph D. Buckley, Chairman 

Anna A. Abbruzzese, Vice Chairman 

Linda J. McCarthy, Secretary 

Austin F. O'Toole, Treasurer 

Austin L. Ahearn, Jr. 

Margaret M. Bates 

John P. Conroy 

T. Gerard Keating 

John T. Wilson, Jr. 



fflSTORICAL COMMISSION 



There has been good progress in obtaining recognition for the historic 
assets of the Town of Cohasset. After a great deal of work, primarily done by 
Town Archivist David Wadsworth, the Town Common is now on the National 
Registry of Historic Places. Government Island also has that distinction and the 
Historic Commission is working on making further important additions to that 
list. Ellen Freda is researching a number of sites we hope will be included on 
the National Registry. 

The Town is rich in historic and beautiful buildings and the more empha- 
sis that is placed on them the more they will be preserved and maintained in 
their original condition. It is important that additions and alterations are in the 
same period as the original structure and in keeping with the integrity of the 
building. 

Ham Tewksbury and Wig Pierson have done a good job in keeping the 
sales of "T" shirts and other Minot Light memorabilia active. All of the money 
received from sales goes to the Minot Light replica on Goverrmient Island. Ham 
Tewksbury is working on acquiring the original Fresnal lens for the replica. 
That will be a great addition to the restoration project. 

Becky Bates McArthur and Barbara Dillon are working on grade school 
programs for this spring. There is a great deal that can be done in making school 
children aware of the Town's history. The tour of the grave sites at Central 
Cemetery is also planned for this spring. 



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We meet the second Monday of the month at the Town Hall at 7:30 p.m. 
We welcome visitors and input from concerned citizens. Our main goal is to 
maintain the flavor and historical integrity of the Town of Cohasset. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Noel A. Ripley, Chairman 

David H. Wadsworth 

Barbara L. Dillon 

Hamilton T. Tewksbury 

Wigmore A. Pierson 

Rebecca Bates-McArthur 

Ellen M. Freda 



COMMISSION ON DISABILITIES 



The Commission on Disabilities focused its attention on how to present 
information about the Americans with Disabilities Act to businesses. Together 
with the Massachusetts Office on Disabilities, we will proffer this material. 
Another issue centered around the construction of a new school. 

The Commission on Disabilities keeps informed about laws concerning 
the disabled and houses information on disability issues. 

The Chairman of the Commission would like to thank the members of 
the Commission for their outstanding service during the past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Michele A. Buckley, Chairman 

Christopher Laugelle, Vice-Chairman 

Linda M. Ingram, Secretary 

Helen C. Nothnagle 

Frances F. Andrews 

Helen Greenblatt 



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PAUL PRATT MEMORIAL LIBRARY 



1995 was a good year for Cohasset's Paul Pratt Memorial Library, thanks 
to staff, trustees, the Friends of the Cohasset Library and several generous gifts. 
Two to three hundred residents came into the library each day, and more than 
70% of Cohasset's men, women and children are active borrowers. The Hbrary 
is open 53 hours a week during most of the school year and 50 hours in warmer 
weather. Its collection of roughly 50,000 books, 200 magazines, 35 CD-ROMs, 
and access to the collections of all the libraries in Massachusetts were provided 
for less than 2% of Cohasset's annual operating budget! 

The library's top job is providing library service. With a building 90 years 
old, however, trustees and staff have continued to spend large chunks of time 
and energy, and the taxpayers' money, on needed maintenance projects. The 
'90s also find all hbraries trying to understand and to catch up with the elec- 
tronic age. Massachusetts' Board of Library Commissioners has, in recent 
years, taken a leadership role in asking the Legislature to provide funds and 
structure for effective sharing of the resources of libraries in the Commonwealth. 
A current bill, not yet passed, will implement a strategic plan for all libraries in 
Massachusetts — public, private and school — that promises economic and effi- 
cient use of resources to underwrite a first-rate library system for the Common- 
wealth. 

Cohasset's Electronic Library. Change in the way business is done in 
Cohasset's library reflects the particular applicability of electronics and com- 
puters to an institution that is concerned primarily with information. The 
hbrary is able to take advantage of the many possibilities afforded by technology 
through membership in the Old Colony Library Network, a group of 25 hbraries 
in the area from Plymouth to Quincy. For instance, the Paul Pratt Memorial 
Library has both electronic circulation and catalog systems tied in to those of 
the 24 other OCLN Hbraries. Daily book deliveries among OCLN Hbraries means 
rapid access for Cohasset users to any holding in the Network. In 1995, OCLN 
added a data base which indexes 2,375 magazines and provides full text of 350 
magazines. Access to the Internet via OCLN wiU be available on one terminal 
at the Cohasset library in January 1996. 

This year a PC dedicated to CD-ROM has been added in the Reading 
Room. It was a very generous gift of the Friends of the Cohasset Library. The 
PC has a CD "changer" with seven CDs loaded for immediate use, and staff can 
provide users with any other of the library's growing coUection of CD-ROMs on 
request. Entire encyclopedias can fit on one CD-ROM, which gives some idea 
of the quantities of information available in this media. 

There is no doubt that Cohasset library's use of computers and the elec- 
tronic flow of information will increase substantially, but the printed word will 
continue to be the Hbrary's most important product for the foreseeable future. 

Maintenance Projects. Since the library is a public institution, numerous 
laws govern the way maintenance projects must be handled. These procedures, 

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undoubtedly enacted to protect the public, nonethless make every project a 
very time-consuming one. The public bidding requirement, which strongly 
favors the low bidder, means a great deal of time must be spent in writing 
very exacting specifications in order to ensure the quality of the job. Since it is 
not reahstic to hire experts to write these specifications, the Chief Librarian and 
trustees must research and draft the documents which are used in the bidding 
process. The result is that "getting things done" seems to take forever. 

In 1995, however several projects were completed. The building's roofs, 
gutters and downspouts were brought up to satisfactory condition, with two 
new flat roofs and repairs to the library's slate roof. Extensive work was done 
on the gutters and downspouts. Restoration of the Maclver Reddie murals in 
the rotunda, an original gift of Charlotte Tower, Cohasset's librarian from 1934 
to 1947, was made possible by a generous gift of the Pilgrim Cooperative Bank. 
This restoration was completed by professional restorers Liz Crosby of Scituate 
and Elise Brink of Brookline. The Pilgrim Cooperative Bank also funded restora- 
tion of the face of the library's clock, which was done by David Hassan. 

Completion of the roof work will now permit the cupola restoration, 
begun in 1994, to be finished. Bids for masonry repair to the library building 
were much higher than the amount of money appropriated, and it was decided 
to invite bids in the spring, rather than the fall. 

Unbearable heat in the library occurs during the summer's hottest days. 
With the library open to the heat during the days and closed up during the 
cooler nights, httle respite occurs once the building gets hot. An unusually hot 
1995 summer, with the library having to close for two days, led the trustees to 
consider air conditioning for the library. The November 6, 1995, Special Town 
Meeting approved a $5,000 engineering study which would result in the design 
and specifications for air conditioning the entire library in sufficient detail for 
use in going out to bid. The 1996 Annual Town Meeting will consider funding 
this improvement. 

The Endowment. A generous bequest from the estate of the late John J. 
Fleming, Parker Avenue, added $25,575 to the library's endowment. The 
trustees approved its Investment Advisory Committee's recommendations for 
the library's approximate $500,000 endowment to remain invested in Vanguard 
STAR and Scudder International mutual funds. The trustees also approved a 
continued, conservative "take-out" rate of 4% of a three-year average value, 
which provided $14,952 to the library's 1995 operating budget. 

The Friends of the Cohasset Library. Cohasset's library is much enhanced 
by Friends and volunteers. During 1995, volunteers gave about 50 hours a week, 
saving Cohasset roughly $30,000. In addition, under Suzan Redgate's leader- 
ship, the Friends provided hbrary users with museum passes, art exhibits in the 
reference room, a book sale in May that netted $865, wall coverboard to protect 
the walls for hanging art, book marks, funds for the library's summer reading 
and puzzle club programs, and an Appreciation Night and gift for library volun- 
teers. The Friends' most significant 1995 gift, however, was the PC with CD- 
ROM changer, and 8 CD-ROMs, as mentioned earlier, located in the Reading 



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Room. The Friends also take responsibility for the Library Corner in the 
weekly Cohasset Mariner. Many Cohasset residents respond generously to the 
Friends' annual membership drive which underwrites these valuable projects for 
the library. 

Other Gifts. In addition to the generosity of the Pilgrim Cooperative Bank 
mentioned above, the bequest of John J. Fleming and the Friends' many gifts, 
Joanne Chittick gave the library a large watercolor for the Children's Room, 
Lucille McLoughlin gave a pass to the "Plimouth Plantation" to the library, and 
SoftKey International Inc. of Cambridge donated 15 of its CD-ROMs to the 
library. Trustee Anne Bowdoin gave workshops to the public on use of the 
computer terminals to find books. 

Thoughtful gifts to the Memorial Book Fund from individuals and organi- 
zations sponsored the purchase of 20 fine books dedicated to the memory of 
loved ones. A Ust of memorial books is on view in the Gift Book in the Reading 
Room. 

Additional gifts were made to the Elizabeth F. Eaton and James L. Whelan 
Funds. The funds, which make up the library's endowment and their values on 
September 30, 1995, are: 

PAUL PRATT MEMORIAL LIBRARY ENDOWMENT 

Memorial Fund, Year Established Value September 30, 1995 



1. 


Alexander Williams, 1901 


$ 1,972 


2. 


Susannah L. Stoddard, 1903 


19,544 


3. 


Alice Appleton Knowles, 1908 


7,812 


4. 


Mary L. Williams, 1913 


7,812 


5. 


Horace W. Wadleigh, 1914 


19,544 


6. 


Edith Mason Bates, 1930 


7,812 


7. 


Florence N. Bates, 1944 


18,544 


8. 


Fabian Fall, 1945 


19,544 


9. 


Evelyn B.Wood, 1983 


22,726 


10. 


Nantasket Memorial Library, 1987 


59,903 


11. 


Herbert Tilden Stoddard, 1987 


38,756 


12. 


Ruth Sears Chute, 1987 


44,965 


13. 


Mercie Vinal Nichols, 1989 


169,050 


14. 


Elizabeth Barrett, 1992 


6,350 


15. 


Frederick L. Good, Jr., 1993 


1,776 


16. 


Elizabeth F.Eaton, 1993 


10,842 


17. 


Paul Pratt Memorial Library, 1993 


9,494 


18. 


James L. Whelan, 1994 


3,177 


19. 


John J. Fleming, 1995 


26,639 



Total Value $496,262 

Conclusion. Library users were fortunate that the 2^/4% Override Vote 
passed in May, permitting continued library operation on a six-day (five in sum- 

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mer) schedule. Cohasset seems to love its library, which has a contagious effect 
on all who work at it and for it. While these current years are challenging ones 
for all libraries, I believe that Richard Hayes, Chief Librarian, his excellent staff, 
and your elected trustees, have matters well in hand to assure the library's 
future. As always, however, the trustees and staff welcome any ideas you may 
have that might make the Paul Pratt Memorial Library even better. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Sheila S. Evans, Chairman 
Paul Pratt Memorial Library Trustees 



RECREATION COMMISSION 



It gives us great pleasure to report to residents the activities of their 
Recreation Commission for the year 1995. 

During the year approximately 6,900 individuals of all ages participated 
in a variety of structured programs, activities and events. While budget restric- 
tions persist, continuing latitude of use of the Revolving Account Fund for 
100% Self-Supporting Programs has been possible due to the legislative modifi- 
cation of the RAF laws and guidelines. Currently, all but two programs are 
RAF sponsored, causing no impact on taxpayers. 

The Recreation Commission adopted an Administrative Service Fee charge 
to all RAF programs during Fiscal Year 1992, and this financial system con- 
tinues to reimburse taxpayers for the cost and time encumbrances of RAF Pro- 
gram operations. That is, the ASF revenues are deposited into the General 
Fund of the Town. Collectively, it is the revenue produced via Administrative 
Service fees, coupled with the budget sponsored programs, that reimburses tax- 
payers for the budget of their Recreation Commission. Only revenue on deposit 
in the General Fund can be considered recapitalization revenue. 

During Fiscal Year 1995, the Recreation Commission produced for the 
General Fund $70,158.80. Concurrently, during the same period, $94,095.63 
was transacted via Revolving Account Funds for 100% self-supporting programs 
via fees charged to participants for a variety of services. Another $59,160.00 
was transacted via other self-supporting financial systems, manifesting a collec- 
tive $223,414.43 of recreational services to residents from the budget of the 
Commission. These figures do not include the thousands of man-hours that are 
annually donated by hundreds of residents in support of a variety of program 
operations, nor approximately $3,000.00 in grants/donations. 



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Municipal recreation is for the benefit of all residents and we continue to 
direct our efforts towards assurance of equal access and opportunity to the 
entire community. To this end, a specific and calculated portion of revenue 
was not collected this year from residents who were temporarily unable to pay 
full fee charges for services. In many instances, time was volunteered in lieu of 
full fee payments, benefiting the department and participants of programs. 

Programming represents only one of the responsibilities, duties and func- 
tions prescribed and conferred upon the Recreation Commission by both Massa- 
chusetts General Laws and By-Laws of the Town. Continuing efforts are 
focused upon upgrading and renovating existing outdoor recreational facilities 
under jurisdiction of the Commission. 

It has been and continues to be through a blending of private and public 
resources and funding that most facilities have been upgraded and/or renovated. 
Numerous Town departments and officials have continued to support our efforts 
in this area, for which we remain enormously grateful. 

The seven member, elected board of the Recreation Commissioners volun- 
teer their services to the Town and department, meeting regularly (on the third 
Tuesday of each month) in order to discuss a wide spectrum of topics relative 
to the leisure needs and pursuits of all residents. Further, the Commissioners 
estabUsh poUcy and provide departmental direction, support and assistance. 
Each meeting is publicly posted at least one week prior to date, and residents 
are cordially invited to attend and participate in any meeting. Essential to our 
proper function, and absolutely vital towards success, is the ability to remain 
responsive and dynamic to changing community needs. We consider your input 
and feedback our most important source of guidance. 

The Recreation Commission wishes to acknowledge gratitude to the many 
individuals, civic and business organizations, school and sports groups. Town 
boards, committees and departments that have lent their support and assistance 
in our efforts to best serve the recreational and leisure needs of residents of all 
ages. While too numerous to mention each name, none are forgotten and all 
are sincerely appreciated and thanked. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Richard P. Barrow, Chairman 

Stephen C. Endris, Vice-Chairman 

James E. Carroll, Jr., Secretary 

Shelanne S. Durkin 

Peter G. Laugelle 

Mary K. Muncey 

Thomas W. Wigmore 

John M. Worley, Director 



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SOCIAL SERVICE LEAGUE 

The Social Service League, under contract with the Board of Health, of- 
fers Public Health Nursing services to Town residents. These services include: 
monthly Keep Well Clinies, health promotion and education programs, and 
investigation of communicable disease reports. The League office at 16 High- 
land Avenue is open for diabetic and hypertension screenings, tuberculin testing, 
and general health consultations. The walk-in office hours are Monday, Wed- 
nesday and Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., and 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. 

Our monthly Keep Well Clinics are held at the Senior Luncheons and 
at Harborview senior citizens' housing. These clinics are open to all Town 
residents. 

Other activities this year included: "Community Health Awareness Day," 
(Annual Health Fair), a mammography screening by Mobile Diagnostics Inc. in 
June, public immunization flu cHnics which included pneumonia and tetanus 
booster immunizations. Hepatitis B immunization clinics for school department 
personnel, and TB testing cHnics at Stop and Shop and Papa Gino's Restaurant. 

Community education programs included a prostate cancer program by 
Dr. John Mulkern at the Cohasset Rotary Club, a financial planning program 
for women at the Cohasset Lightkeeper's house, and a drug interaction presen- 
tation by CVS pharmacist Mike Nee at the Senior Luncheon at the Community 
Center. 

We continue to cooperate with the Council on Aging, the Cohasset 
schools, area physicians, and other health and social agencies to provide and 
promote optimum health care for our community. We are very grateful to all 
volunteers and community groups who have helped us in the past year. 

Activity Attendance 

Keep Well Clinics 307 

Adult Immunizations: 

Flu 800 + 

Pneumonia 150 + 

Tetanus 264 

Cholesterol Screening 68 

Mobile Mammography Van 18 

Health Fair 100 + 

Lazy Eye Screening ongoing 

Lead Screening ongoing 

Tuberculin Testing 73 

Hypertension Screening 714 

Communicable Disease Follow-up 12 

Home Nursing Visits 336 

Office Nursing Visits 615 

Total nursing visits — 951 

Respectfully submitted, 

Judith E. Fitzsimmons, R.N., P.H.N. 

Board of Health Nurse 

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EDUCATION 

Graduates 
Class of 1994 



Lauren Patricia Almeida 
Christa R. Ansbergs 
Sarah Whitfield Atherton 
Kevin Jeremy Begley 
Sara Lann Belson 
Paul Edward Bilodeau 
Timothy West Brister 
Rebecca Lynne Callentine 
Melinda Childs Cheel 
Andrew James Church 
Carrie Jennifer Cosme 
Marnie Laura DeMichele 
Elizabeth Ann Deveney 
Brandon Walter DeVoe 
Brian Daniel Duffy 
Jillian Marie DuMoulin 
Charles Armstrong Endris 
Peter Michael Ferenz 
Michael Fitzpatrick 
Jonathan Charles Ford 
Robert Thomas Gentile 
Rebecca Lee Golden 
Juhe Elizabeth Good 
Christopher Michael Goodman 
Priscilla Anne Goff 
Matthew John Graves 
Ashley Lauren Heilner 
Andrew James Henry 
Scott Arthur Tomas Herzog II 
Larissa Mae Hu skins 
Andrew Joseph Kamataris 
Karla Ann Kennedy 
Kevin Joseph Kilroy 



Sarah Elizabeth Kirk 

Christopher Michael Kondrat 

Karen Beth Kristiansen 

Bonnie Lynne Krueger 

Julie Ann Larrabee 

David Henry Leahy III 

Anne Geneva Lindgren 

Bethany Laura Maciel 

Victoria Leigh Maynard 

Christine Marie McMackin 

Aimee Elisabeth Mitchell 

Katie Marie Norris 

Katie Marie O'Connor 

Brian James Pattison 

Jason Willet Pearsall 

Marisol Judith Perry 

Jason Charles Porter 

Renee Danielle Prisble 

Kara Marie Protulis 

Katherine Eileen Ridge 

Michael Anthony Riley 

Christopher Rolandelli 

Sheryl Lee Saef 

Diane Nicola Saldi 

Jessica Sammon 

Courtney Catherine Schultz 

Brooke Leigh Sheerin 

LaKeitha Dornell Smith 

Megan Terese Staunton 

Christopher John Stevens 

Nicholas Burke Terry 

Scott Nelson Theriault 

Robert Joseph Thompson 

Melissa Anne van der Werf 

Jennifer Marie Vanderpool 

Kimberlee Ann Ward 



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Graduates 
Class of 1995 



Christopher Stewart Adams 
Jemilah Yasmine Afshar 
Thomas Allen 
Jessica Lynne Aronson 
Joseph M. Barry 
Benjamin Sherman Berger 
Jonah Andrew Berger 
Peter Michael Bishop 
Monica Bowen 
Dorian Mark Bryant 
Candice Eileen Buckley 
Danielle Eileen Capozzoli 
Simone Erin Carlisle 
Kathleen Ann Carroll 
Katherine Sarah Cibelli 
Tracy Connor 
Elizabeth Laura Corcoran 
Leticia Cruz 
Alexander Culiuc 
Ann White Dane 
Emily Marie D'Urso 
Adrienne Petral DeVaughn 
Andrew Fitzsimmons 
Ryan Scott Freeman 
Marisa Ann Gallant 
Jarred Wilson Graves 
Kendra Deanne Gray 
Thomas Mathew Greco 
James Frederick Hills 
Caitlin Kingsley Hurley 
Jessica Leland Jenkins 
Brendan Kendall Kinchla 
Erika T. Lawson 



Jeffrey Taylor Littlehale 

James Alfred Magner IV 

Jerome Alexander Marion 

Corinna T. McMackin 

Joseph lola Menis 

Scott Lloyd Moe 

Alfred Shopland Moore III 

Erin Kathleen Murphy 

Kristin Lee Niessink 

David Adams Nothnagle 

Kevin F. O'Donnell, Jr. 

Maria NataHe Petrakis 

Matthew Richard Pierce 

Bradley Joseph Potolicchio 

Sarena Renee Quemere 

Bethany Ann Quintin 

Mary Ellen Rayment 

Benjamin Grizwold Redfield 

Megan Marie Rhodes 

Guy John Scarpaci, Jr. 

Michael P. Sheilds 

Amy Mae Silvia 

Daniel Johnson Silvia 

Josiah McKenzie Slotnick 

Jessica Lee Snow 

Jeremiah Earle Stevenson 

Nicole Deanna Vasseur 

Dean D. Volungis 

Nicholas Graham Welz 

Anthony J.Wigmore 

Jennifer L. Wilner 

Julia Anne Workman 

Alexis Mary Zerendow 



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SCHOOL COMMITTEE AND 
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 



It is with great pleasure that we submit the Fiscal Year 1995 Annual 
Report for the Cohasset Public Schools. 

We have now completed the second year of the implementation of the 
Education Reform Act of 1993. This Act represents the most comprehensive 
and far-reaching change to public education in the history of the Common- 
wealth. While the initial phase of the reform has proceeded in a timely manner, 
the next two to three years of the process will be critical. Financial support 
by the State Legislature must continue if we are to achieve the goals set by the 
Act. In addition, communities such as ours must be assured of additional sup- 
port. Continued reliance on the local tax base will eventually result in a lower 
level of educational resources in communities where substantial state funds are 
unavailable. In some cases funding for education in above foundational budget 
communities, such as Cohasset, has declined, resulting in a decHne in the quality 
of education. 

During the past year members of the School Facilities/School Building 
Committee have worked timelessly to develop a plan to meet the present and 
future space needs of our schools. Their work resulted in a comprehensive 
recommendation that was made to a Special Town Meeting. This recommenda- 
tion included the construction of a new PreK to Grade 3 facility at the present 
Deer Hill site and an addition and renovation to the Deer Hill School. If the 
Town gives final financial authorization to the project, when completed the 
community will have two elementary facilities with projected useful lives of 
fifty years. State reimbursement for the project will result in 60% payment of 
all costs associated with the program. 

During the 1994-1995 school year, a number of activities were conducted 
to assess the strengths and weaknesses of the Cohasset school system. The 
School Committee conducted a community-wide survey to identify strengths, 
need areas, and level of support among community members. In May 1995 the 
Superintendent held a joint School Councils meeting, facilitated by Dr. Chuck 
Christiansen, to also identify areas of strengths and weaknesses within the sys- 
tem. Lastly, as a result of the implementation of the Education Reform Act of 
1993, each of the three schools within Cohasset had identified areas for school 
improvement for 1995-1996. 

During the time period of July 1995 to October 1995, plans were formu- 
lated for a Strategic Planning Workshop which was held on October 13 and 14, 
1995. This workshop was attended by school committee members, school ad- 
ministrative staff, as well as representatives from the following groups: the 
Cohasset Teachers' Association, each of the three School Councils, Parent- 
School Organization, Students, Board of Selectmen, Advisory Board, and 
School Facilities Committee. 



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The members were: 
School Committee: 

School Administration: 



School Councils: 



Students: 

C.T.A. Representative: 
P.S.O. President: 
Board of Selectmen: 
Advisory Board: 



JoAnne Chittick 
James Kirk 

Stephen E. Hart, Superintendent 

Alicia Shea, Director of Student Services 

Curt Collins, CHS Principal 

John DeLorenzo, CHS Assistant Principal 

Donna Hartlage, Deer Hill Principal 

Linda Whitney, Osgood Principal 

Ruth Fennessey, K-6 Curriculum Coordinator 

Betsy Connolly, CHS 
Ed Leary, CHS 
Susan Turgiss, Deer Hill 
Frank Deakin, Deer Hill 
Jill Gomez, Osgood 
Linda Nash, Osgood 

Grace Deveney 
Conor Mangan 

Genevieve Brown 

Deborah Shadd 

Merle S. Brown 

Deborah Cook 
Roger Whitley 



School FaciHties Committee: Richard Silvia 

The facilitator for the two-day workshop was Dr. Chuck Christiansen, 
currently of the faculty of University of Massachusetts/Lowell, Department of 
Education and Consultant to school systems in strategic planning and leadership 
training. The strategic planning process steps were as follows: 

1. Identifying and articulating the educational vision for the Cohasset 
Public Schools. 

2. Establishing the philosophy/mission statement and values/beliefs of 

the Cohasset Public Schools. 

3. Reviewing existing data resources available: 

Previous strategic plan 
Community survey results 
Joint Council Ideas 
Three School Improvement Plans 



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4. Identifying and assessing Emerging Trends and Events: 

Educational 
Economic 

Political/Governmental 
Social/Demographic 

5. Establishing Five-Year Strategic Goal Areas (Major Objectives) 

6. Identifying Activities and Strategies 

7. Developing Implementation/ Action Plans 

8. Providing for the administration of Strategic Management and Imple- 
mentation of Action Plans 

Steps 1-6 were completed by the Strategic Planning Committee during 
this two-day workshop. 

The workshop participants identified the following four major objective 
areas: 

* To evaluate, develop and refine curriculum and instructional techni- 
ques which are consistent v^th state standards and current research 
and which demand excellence from each individual. 

* To provide quality school facihties to support excellence in education 
in the Cohasset public school system. 

* To strengthen community awareness, involvement and support. 

* To strengthen the application, resources and support of technology. 

We would like to share with you the results of a recent study developed 
by the Cohasset Education Foundation. This study reviewed the college statis- 
tics of our high school seniors for the past five years. 

1. Percentage of CHS students accepted into a college after graduation: 

1995 63 of 64 



1994 


65 of 69 


94% 


1993 


69 of 73 


95% 


1992 


62 or 69 


90% 


1991 


71 of 81 


88% 



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Percentage of CHS students accepted into the top two tiers of "Most 
Difficult" and "Very Difficult" colleges to get into based on Peter- 
son's Guide to Four Year Colleges: 



1995 


Most Difficult 

4 


Very Difficult 

22 


Total 

26 


Percentage 

41% 


1994 


7 


11 


18 


26% 


1993 


9 


18 


27 


39% 


1992 


5 


14 


19 


31% 


1991 


2 


21 


23 


32% 



SAT scores for CHS Students as compared with the National and 
Massachusetts averages: 





CHS 

Verbal 


CHS 

Math 


Natl 
Verbal 


Natl 
Math 


Mass 
Verbal 


Mass 
Math 


1995 


489 


522 










1994 


460 


492 


+ 37 


+ 13 


+ 34 


+ 17 


1993 


491 


540 


+ 67 


+ 62 


+ 64 


+ 64 


1992 


490 


597 


+ 67 


+ 71 


+ 62 


+ 73 


1991 


475 


531 


+ 53 


+ 57 


+ 49 


+ 61 



These statistics support the excellent academic achievement of our stu- 
dents and the wise investment in education on the part of the community. 

We would also like to express our gratitude to the following long-term 
school department employees who retired this year. They include Marie David, 
Stephen Gilmartin, Joseph Becker and Robert Barrow. Each of these individu- 
als has made a substantial contribution to our community and their dedicated 
service will long be remembered. 

We wish to thank all who support our school system and to assure you 
that with your continued support we will strive to retain the excellence of our 
school system. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Ralph D. Kidder, Chairman 

Nancy L. Sandell, Vice Chairman 

James E. Kirk, Secretary 

JoAnne T. Chittick 

Maureen E. Jerz 



Stephen E. Hart, Superintendent of Schools 



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SOUTH SHORE REGIONAL 
VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL 

Making the "School-to- Work" Transition 

At perhaps no time in history, more so than today, has the need for 
marketable, transferable and flexible skills capable of being expanded upon, 
been required for one's successful completion in the world of work. 

At South Shore Vocational Technical High School, the mission of prepara- 
tion for involvement in the workplace and in society has never been more im- 
portant or appropriate. Focus on the acquisition of integrated skills, skills which 
are technical, academic, social and personal in nature is critical. 

A significant component to successful development and implementation 
of Vo-Tech's school to career plan centers around partnership with business and 
industry and the communities of our district. In the past year, particular empha- 
sis has been given to building the network of prospective educational partners, 
individuals, employers and groups with whom we can share the mutual benefit 
of a well trained and educated young adult citizenry. When schools best func- 
tion cooperatively with parents and others in the community, everyone wins. 

South Shore currently enrolls 536 students in grades nine through twelve 
(9—12), representing a continuation of the positive enrollment growth over the 
past four years for the school. It is anticipated that we will reach maximum 
enrollment by as soon as next school year. The present enrollment includes 
eight students from Cohasset as of October 1, 1995. These students participate 
in many of the fourteen diverse technical programs offered at the school, in a 
full array of academics courses and extracurricular activities, and in a concrete 
plan aimed at preparing them for rewarding careers and a lifetime of learning. 

A growing number of our graduates overall, both recent and those of years 
ago, are realizing the opportunities and necessity of continuing with post- 
secondary education, often in conjunction with employment demands and 
career expectations. Many, too, are quickly rising to positions of authority and 
influence in their workplace, truly demonstrating the integration of skills devel- 
oped while still in high school and cultivated throughout their ever challenging 
career paths. 

When speaking of partnership, the development and growth of the school's 
Parents' Association and newly started Alumni Association come immediately 
to mind. Our parents are viewed as critical links in the district's network of 
ongoing communication and involvement. Support for student activities con- 
tinues through fundraising efforts and what is hoped will be an annual alumni 
reception, initiated at this year's inaugural varsity footbaU Thanksgiving Day 
game, which promises to bring past Vo-Tech Vikings and their families back into 
the fold. Any and all graduates are encouraged to give the school a call or stop 
in and update information for a building database. 



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Examination of both academic and technical workplace changes in cur- 
riculum, particularly in conjunction with Massachusetts Education Reform/ 
Curriculum Frameworks demands, have broadened the dimensions of instruction 
at South Shore. Initiatives like Honors courses, Tech Prep, pilot block schedul- 
ing, our computer lab, and on-line information accessibility have added to the 
quality and quantity of experiences available to students. Practical application 
and inter-discipHnary instruction have allowed for increased relevance and appre- 
ciation for learning in all areas, an attribute which bodes well for needed recep- 
tivity to Hfelong learning through adulthood. 

Staff development too has experienced broadened opportunities with Vo- 
Tech's participation in the South Shore High School Alliance, a network for 
valuable training and professional examination by faculty members from a 
growing consortium of school districts in the area. Participation and member- 
ship in business and civic organizations like the Rotary, South Shore Chamber 
of Commerce, professional associations and advisory groups provide for ongoing 
communication and involvement with various aspects of the district-wide com- 
munity. The administration at South Shore welcomes new opportunities and 
avenues for communicating the message about a truly comprehensive regional 
resource. 

In closing, I join with Superintendent James Hager and his administration, 
the staff, students and parents. School Committee and Advisory Board members 
to the South Shore Regional School District in pledging to strive for expanded 
partnership and community service. Meeting and combating financial con- 
straints, providing the planning and foresight necessary for success, and commit- 
ting to cooperation now and in the future are among the challenges we share. 
With optimism and enthusiasm we welcome the challenges of the job ahead. 
Helping to bridge that all important transition from school to work, from youth 
to adulthood and responsibility is a common mission for both school and com- 
munity. We appreciate your continued support. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Laurence J. Mitchell, Cohasset Representative 
South Shore Regional School District Committee 



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INDEX 



InMemoriam 3 

Elected Officers 4 

Appointed Officers 6 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



Archivist 23 

Norfolk County Advisory Board 24 

Registrars, Board of 25 

Selectmen, Board of 19 

Town Clerk's Report: 

Index, Annual Town Meeting/Special Town Meeting, March 25, 1995 . 26 

Annual Town Meeting & Special Town Meeting, March 25, 1995 .... 29 

Index, Special Town Meeting, November 6, 1995 85 

Special Town Meeting, November 6, 1995 87 

Annual Town Election, April 1, 1995 106 

Special Town Election, May 13, 1995 108 

Prospective Juror List 110 

Election Officers 110 

Vital Statistics (Births, Marriages, Deaths) 1 1 1 



FINANCIAL REPORTS 



Accountant 118 

Assessors, Board of 169 

Salaries 170 

Collector 177 

Treasurer 179 



LAND USE CONTROL 



Building Department 180 

Conservation Commission 180 

Design Review Board 181 

Health, Board of 182 

Metropolitan Area Planning Council 184 

Mosquito Control Committee 186 



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Planning Board 188 

Plymouth County Mosquito Control 192 

Recycling Committee 193 

Regional Refuse Disposal Planning Committee 194 

Water Resources Protection Committee 195 



PUBLIC SAFETY 



Civilian Dispatch Committee 197 

Emergency Management 198 

Fire Department 199 

Harbor Master 201 

Police Department 201 

Wire Department 203 



PUBLIC WORKS 

Cemetery Study Committee 204 

Government Island Study Committee 205 

Highway Department 206 

Sewer Commission 207 

Tree, Park and Cemetery Department 208 

Water Department 209 



HUMAN SERVICES 

Aging, Council on 210 

Cohasset Historical Commission 212 

Commission on Disabilities 213 

Paul Pratt Memorial Library 214 

Recreation Commission 217 

Social Service League 219 



EDUCATION 

Graduates, Class of 1994 220 

Graduates, Class of 1995 221 

School Committee and Superintendent of Schools 222 

South Shore Regional Vo-Tech High School 226 



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